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Thanks for the link, this will certainly help. As this goes into Module::Build territory, and I'm not keen on learning on how to make Module::Build add arbitrary commands to the created Build (well, Build.bat) script, I won't change my patch. Somebody with knowledge of Module::Build is welcome to take my patch and make things work right out of the box.

The appropriate commands would likely be (ignoring systems where we have

set SHELL=cmd.exe

... and, after appropriate munging in Perl to remove all offending directories in $ENV{PATH}:

set PATH=$cleaned_path

$cleaned_path would likely be something like:

my $cleaned_path = join ";", grep { ! -f "$_\\sh.exe" && ! -f "$_\\cc1.exe" } split /;/, $ENV{PATH} ;

In reply to Re^13: Need help debugging Wx on Strawberry Perl 5.26.1 by Corion
in thread Need help debugging Wx on Strawberry Perl 5.26.1 by thechartist

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