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TagLib_String fails miserably ... causes a crash.
to be expected with the iostream issues.

Yes ... I get the same (and for TagLib_String_Iterator.t too) , though I'm not getting the TagLib_ID3v2_FrameList.t failure for any of my x86 perls.
However, I think my x64 perl-5.12. is the only x64 perl that I have that passes TagLib_ID3v2_FrameList.t

Anyway ... ppm packages for anyone interested are available from the sisyphusion repo - and there's a link on that page to the patches I applied.

In addition to those patches, I used a rewritten Makefile.PL:
use ExtUtils::MakeMaker; WriteMakefile( NAME => 'Audio::TagLib', MIN_PERL_VERSION => '5.008001', VERSION_FROM => 'lib/Audio/', LICENSE => 'perl', XSOPT => '-C++ -hiertype', ( $Config{'version'} >= 5.005 ? ( ABSTRACT_FROM => 'lib/Audio/', AUTHOR => 'Geoffrey Leach <>' ) : () ), PREREQ_PM => { "Encode" => 0, "Test::Deep" => 0, "File::Slurp" => 0, "Test::More" => 0, "Test::Output" => 0, }, "CONFIGURE_REQUIRES" => { "ExtUtils::MakeMaker" => 0, "Config" => 0, }, );
and then specified the INC, LIBS and CC settings as args to the 'perl Makefile.PL' command line.

One other problem with the module:
C:\>perldoc Audio::TagLib Got a 0-length file from C:\MinGW\perl\site\lib\Audio\ via Po +d::Perldoc ::ToText!? C:\>
I don't know what that's about and haven't even looked.


In reply to Re^2: Audio::TagLib and Strawberry Perl by syphilis
in thread Audio::TagLib and Strawberry Perl by Anonymous Monk

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