You basically need to include a large chunk of the $SYBASE directory. You're better off simply making the installation of Sybase (now SAP) Open Client a requirement.
Please note, that while DBD::Sybase is pretty forgiving on the *nixes for binding against different Openclient releases, it is a real bugger in the Windows world. If your environment is Windows, use ODBC.
HOWTO: BUILDING PERL MODULE DBD::SYBASE 1.15 FOR ACTIVESTATE PERL (WINDOWS 32BIT) 5.16.3 USING THE MINGW COMPILER if you need to
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