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That worked. Thank you!

Everything seemed to compile properly, but make test failed:

Failed Test Stat Wstat Total Fail List of Failed ---------------------------------------------------------------------- +--------- ../ext/IPC/SysV/t/ipcsysv.t 1 256 17 34 1-17 ../ext/IPC/SysV/t/msg.t 0 12 ?? ?? ?? ../ext/IPC/SysV/t/sem.t 0 12 ?? ?? ?? ../ext/Sys/Syslog/t/syslog.t 1 256 199 1 176 ../ext/Time/HiRes/t/HiRes.t 0 15 38 0 ?? op/taint.t 0 12 267 236 150-267 76 tests and 853 subtests skipped. Failed 6/1482 test scripts. 136/188699 subtests failed. Files=1482, Tests=188699, 1246 wallclock secs (343.98 cusr + 256.92 cs +ys = 600.89 CPU) Failed 6/1482 test programs. 136/188699 subtests failed.

Any and all ideas welcome...

In reply to Re^2: Error building Perl under cygwin by spstansbury
in thread Error building Perl under cygwin by spstansbury

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