That is a strange result - it suggests that some of the configuration information in your Perl installation has some values probably set from the machine where it was built, and hence don't necessarily match your system. That may be contributing to the problem. What happens when you run:
C:\> set PERL_DL_DEBUG=1
C:\> perl -MXML::LibXML -e "print 1"
Also, what happens if you place libxml2.dll
in the same subdirectory as Common.dll
, which is used by XML::LibXML::Common?
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