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Very good news!
As a compiler-challenged user of Windows XP, I felt left out every time a module needed to be compiled and no PPM-package was available.
I installed the minimal shell "MSys" and from that shell ran the CPAN-module and it works like a charm.
Giant vistas open on the horizon. What shall we do next? Recompile Perl itself?
"If you have four groups working on a compiler, you'll get a 4-pass compiler." - Conway's Law
In reply to Re: ActiveState Perl supports MinGW compiled modules