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Thanks for your help, I feel a little brainless, I did do it after and it didn't seem work. should it be a batch file? is it a cplus program? when I ran it as a perl program I got this, I have included the comand string that i used. Please remember that I am using server 2003 for my server software

C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\.cpanplus\5.16.1\build\ Win32-Printer-0.9.0>perl patch.pl -i./Win32-Printer-0.9.0-formingw.diff

Bareword found where operator expected at patch.pl line 1, near "7P99xa" (Missing operator before P99xa?)

Bareword found where operator expected at patch.pl line 2, near "7P99xa" (Missing operator before P99xa?)

Number found where operator expected at patch.pl line 2, near "xs 2008" (Do you need to predeclare xs?)

Number found where operator expected at patch.pl line 2, near "28 11" (Missing operator before 11?)

Number found where operator expected at patch.pl line 3, near "xs 2012" (Do you need to predeclare xs?)

Number found where operator expected at patch.pl line 3, near "09 21" (Missing operator before 21?)

Array found where operator expected at patch.pl line 4, at end of line (Missing semicolon on previous line?)

Array found where operator expected at patch.pl line 4, near "12 " (Missing operator before ?)

Array found where operator expected at patch.pl line 17, near "7 " (Missing operator before ?)

Bareword found where operator expected at patch.pl line 18, near "ebc" (Missing semicolon on previous line?)

Array found where operator expected at patch.pl line 26, near "10 " (Missing operator before ?)

Array found where operator expected at patch.pl line 41, near "7 " (Missing operator before ?)

Bareword found where operator expected at patch.pl line 42, near "RETVAL" (Missing semicolon on previous line?)

Array found where operator expected at patch.pl line 50, near "10 " (Missing operator before ?)

syntax error at patch.pl line 1, near "7P99xa"

Illegal octal digit '9' at patch.pl line 3, at end of line

Illegal octal digit '8' at patch.pl line 3, at end of line

syntax error at patch.pl line 22, near "//~"

syntax error at patch.pl line 27, near "10 @@ "

syntax error at patch.pl line 30, near "- }"

syntax error at patch.pl line 37, near "//~"

syntax error at patch.pl line 41, near "7 @@ "

syntax error at patch.pl line 46, near "//~"

syntax error at patch.pl line 51, near "10 @@ "

patch.pl has too many errors.

C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\.cpanplus\5.16.1\build\ Win32-Printer-0.9.0>


In reply to Re^7: win32::printer 5.16 will not install by blenkhn
in thread win32::printer 5.16 will not install by blenkhn

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