Righty I now have Glib and cairo compiled (though they might not be entirely reliable... due to failed tests... or the tests don't work appropriatly on Windows) and installed. Onto Gtk2.
Firstly, it needs to see it's own build directory added to it's INC entry in the Makefile... repeat for gperl.h, gtk2-perl-versions.h, and cairo-perl.h adding their own paths to INC of course.
Then we get more undefined reference to errors, time to check the libraries... using the method described earlier.
The only library passed to the Makefile by Makefile.PL and MakeMaker that I could not locate was gdk_pixbuf-2.0.a... part of the GNOME Imaging Model, ...morelikely it's because I haven't copied the new entries from EXTRALIBS into LOADLIBS :P
Righty still getting undefined reference to errors, there's also this comment here which makes me think I need to figure out how to get the Makefile to link to Glib.dll.
...but for now I need to be brave and reinstall Windows XP on Her computer because it's being wierd.
1 I just searched for "INC ="
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