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It is much easier to use the right tool if you just ask Perl which tool to use....

Which is often irrelevant on ActivePerl since most folks don't have microsoft compiler installed, so they need to use dmake which activestate provides with mingw compiler

In reply to Re^4: Building Win32::GuiTest for perl 5.14 or higher (-V:) by Anonymous Monk
in thread Building Win32::GuiTest for perl 5.14 or higher by SuicideJunkie

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