Original poster asked how to build Net::SSH2 on Windows using Active State Perl 5.14.
It is nice to have some few repositories holding pre-compiled ppds. But wouldn't it be even nicer to have an easy instruction how to build it on Active perl in general?
Recently there has been a development release which has some essential features I would like to test like KeepAlive packets and unfortunately, I am not able to build it :-( Even not after trying to compile and studying the internet for several days now. Either I am the only one in the world who is trying or only I am dumb ...
So, please: If there is any wisdom out there: Please share it!
Deserately kind regards,
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