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... it complain not reference to zlibversion etc

Looks like you're trying to build against a static libcurl (libcurl.a).
It's probably easier to build against libcurl.dll.a import library, assuming you have such a file.
If you're lucky, it might be as simple as renaming libcurl.a to (eg) libcurl.a_static && then copying libcurl.dll.a to libcurl.a.

When I've built Net-Curl-0.37 against static libraries, I've had to specifically link to:
-lcurl -lrtmp -lwinmm -lcares -lwldap32 -lidn -liconv -lssh2 -lws2_32 + -lgdi32 -lssl -lcrypto -lcrypt32 -lz
I'll try to build latest Net-Curl with perl-5.30 later today, and see how it goes for me.

Cheers,
Rob

In reply to Re^5: Can't call libcurl with Inline::C on Windows by syphilis
in thread Can't call libcurl with Inline::C on Windows by Anonymous Monk

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