I noticed you have mentioned PPM in your reply. If by any chance you are on Activestate Perl, I would urge you to try DWIM Perl. Please see my signature for the link. Its got loads of modules pre installed. Its based on Strawberry Perl. And both these come with Windows Compatible version of GCC/gmake/dmake pre installed. I have manually installed a module and it all worked fine. Hope this piece of info helps you
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