I recommend that you obtain the latest version of PDL from the CVS repository (http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=612
) on Sourceforge as it builds "straight out of the box" on Win32. Hopefully this will become version 2.4.3 on cpan before too much longer.
(Actually it doesn't quite
build straight out of the box .... EU::MM-6.30 currently breaks that CVS version on Win32. I'm in the process of amending that PDL source so that it will
build with EU::MM-6.30 and should have those amendments in place in a couple of hours or so. Oh ... and in addition ... limits_normalize_dsets.t fails because of a Test::More bug .... I'll fix that, too, while I'm at it.)
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