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Looks to me that our outputs are basically similar until we get to:

cp LUT.pm ..\..\blib\lib\PDL\Graphics\LUT.pm

At that point you get some error message (the likes of which I've not seen before) whereas I simply get:

nmake -f Makefile all -nologo

Could you provide the output of 'perl -V' and tell us which compiler you're using. I hope you aren't using that free command line version of Visual Studio 7 that Microsoft have made available ... or that if you are using that compiler, then you have built your perl using that compiler. I'm not sure that I'm all that keen about troubleshooting the building of PDL with that compiler unless perl itself has been built with that compiler .... but I'll reserve judgement on that, for the moment :-)

Also, take a look at the PDL win32/INSTALL file. Is there anything there that you find to be an acceptable (alternative) way of building PDL (as opposed to the way you're currently trying to build it) ?

Cheers,
Rob

In reply to Re^3: New PDL problem on Windows XP SP2 by syphilis
in thread New PDL problem on Windows XP SP2 by jschollen

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