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Yes, I get a different digest for sombok/libsombok.a - though we sort of already knew that:
C:\sisyphusion\Unicode-LineBreak-2013.11>perl -MDigest::MD5::File=file +_md5_hex -e "print file_md5_hex(q{sombok/libsombok.a})"; cbe8b0ea8b125eb5ce42f36476d95ddb
So let's do as AM suggests and compare our respective ar.exe files:
C:\sisyphusion\Unicode-LineBreak-2013.11>pwhich ar.exe C:\_64\strawberry5.18.2\c\bin\ar.exe C:\sisyphusion\Unicode-LineBreak-2013.11>pwhich ar C:\_64\strawberry5.18.2\c\bin\ar.EXE C:\sisyphusion\Unicode-LineBreak-2013.11>perl -MDigest::MD5::File=file +_md5_hex -e "print file_md5_hex(q{C:/_64/strawberry5.18.2/c/bin/ar.ex +e})"; cc088517b6edf56b4e7b643dde58d6b7

In reply to Re^3: Installing Unicode::LineBreak on Strawberry Perl v 5.16.2 by syphilis
in thread Installing Unicode::LineBreak on Strawberry Perl v 5.18.2 by wind

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