|I think it's easier to just learn linux, where it all works flawlessly without all the hoops to jump through
If ActiveState had got it right (which will hopefully be the case with the release of build 821) there would currently be no hoops to jump through at all - save having to install dmake and MinGW. Even if you use the EU::FC approach to the compilation of modules on ActiveState perl, there aren't that many hoops to jump through. And once you have jumped through those hoops then you have something that does work flawlessly ..... (where I'm using the word "flawlessly" with the same poetic licence that zentara
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