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Re^8: Help required installing LibXML Parser

by KarthikK (Sexton)
on Dec 21, 2007 at 10:18 UTC ( #658420=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^7: Help required installing LibXML Parser
in thread Help required installing LibXML Parser

Just for the record, below are the list of files i have

C:\Program Files\Rational\Common\lib\perl5\site_perl\5.6.1\MSWin32-x86 +-multi-thread\auto\XML „₯„Ÿ„Ÿ„ŸLibXML „  „  LibXML.bs „  „  LibXML.dll „  „  LibXML.exp „  „  LibXML.lib „  „  LibXML.pdb „  „  „  „€„Ÿ„Ÿ„ŸCommon „  Common.bs „  Common.dll „  Common.exp „  Common.lib „  Common.pdb „  „₯„Ÿ„Ÿ„ŸNamespaceSupport „€„Ÿ„Ÿ„ŸSAX
C:\Program Files\Rational\Common\lib\perl5\site_perl\5.6.1\XML „  LibXML.pm „  LibXML.pod „  NamespaceSupport.pm „  SAX.pm „  „₯„Ÿ„Ÿ„ŸLibXML „  Attr.pod „  Boolean.pm „  CDATASection.pod „  Comment.pod „  Common.pm „  Document.pod „  DocumentFragment.pod „  DOM.pod „  Dtd.pod „  Element.pod „  InputCallback.pod „  Literal.pm „  Namespace.pod „  Node.pod „  NodeList.pm „  Number.pm „  Parser.pod „  PI.pod „  Reader.pm „  Reader.pod „  RelaxNG.pod „  SAX.pm „  SAX.pod „  Schema.pod „  Text.pod „  XPathContext.pm „  XPathContext.pod „  „€„Ÿ„Ÿ„ŸSAX „  Base.pm „  Builder.pm „  Builder.pod „  DocumentLocator.pm „  Exception.pm „  Generator.pm „  Intro.pod „  NoUnicodeExt.pm „  Parser.pm „  ParserFactory.pm „  placeholder.pl „  PurePerl.pm „  UnicodeExt.pm „  „€„Ÿ„Ÿ„ŸPurePerl „  DebugHandler.pm „  DocType.pm „  DTDDecls.pm „  EncodingDetect.pm „  NoUnicodeExt.pm „  Productions.pm „  Reader.pm „  UnicodeExt.pm „  XMLDecl.pm „  „€„Ÿ„Ÿ„ŸReader Stream.pm String.pm URI.pm

And libxml2.dll is placed in
C:\Program Files\Rational\Common\libxml2.dll
i hope this could throw some light!


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Re^9: Help required installing LibXML Parser
by randyk (Parson) on Dec 21, 2007 at 22:11 UTC
    I'm afraid I'm a bit stumped - everything above looks OK. Just to see if it might be a binary incompatibility problem with your version of Perl, could you try installing the GD module; the ppm sources GD.tar.gz are again at http://theoryx5.uwinnipeg.ca/ppmpackages/x86/. After installation, does
    C:\> perl -MGD -e "print 1"
    work?
      will do it on monday (@ work pc) and will update. Thanks a lot once again
      Nope got the following error
      U:\>cqperl -MGD -e "print 1" Extracting -e (with variable substitutions) Can't locate loadable object for module GD in @INC (@INC contains: C:/ +Program Fi les/Rational/Common/lib/perl5/5.6.1/MSWin32-x86-multi-thread C:/Progra +m Files/Ra tional/Common/lib/perl5/5.6.1 C:/Program Files/Rational/Common/lib/per +l5 C:/Prog ram Files/Rational/Common/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/MSWin32-x86-multi- +thread C:/ Program Files/Rational/Common/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1 C:/Program Fil +es/Rationa l/Common/lib/perl5/site_perl C:/Program Files/Rational/Common/lib/perl +5/site_per l/5.6.1/MSWin32-x86-multi-thread C:/Program Files/Rational/Common/lib/ +perl5/site _perl/5.6.1 C:/Program Files/Rational/Common/lib/perl5/site_perl .) at + -e line 0 Compilation failed in require. BEGIN failed--compilation aborted.
      i just copied the files to the C:/Program Files/Rational/Common/lib/perl5/site _perl/5.6.1 folder
        Assuming you copied the files as described in this node, this seems to indicate that XS-based modules that are compiled with VC++ 6 (which is what the ActiveState Win32 binary uses) are not compatible with your Perl. Unfortunately, that means you'll have to get access to the compiler used to build your Perl in order to build the module yourself.

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