Hm. I issued the following sequence of commands into a command window:

cd \perl64\packages wget " +-2.24.tar.gz" gunzip Template-Toolkit-2.24.tar.gz tar -xvf Template-Toolkit-2.24.tar cd Template-Toolkit-2.24 makefile to build the XS Stash module? [y] y to use the XS Stash by default? [y] y nmake nmake test ... All tests successful. Files=89, Tests=2762, 26 wallclock secs ( 0.70 usr + 0.23 sys = 0.94 + CPU) Result: PASS C:\PROGRA~2\MICROS~1.0\VC\Bin\amd64\nmake.exe test -nologo 'No tests defined for Template::Stash::XS extension.' cd ..

The results after less than 2 minutes was T::T downloaded, unpacked, compiled, tested and ready to install.

ASPerl 5.10.1 & MSVC.

Full console log of the above:

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In reply to Re: Installing Template::Toolkit on Windows by BrowserUk
in thread Installing Template::Toolkit on Windows by davies

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