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I can't find the ppd at this place:

No Image-Magick packages there for anything more recent than perl-5.16.x.
And I don't know of any other repo that has them.
What's your perl -V output ? Do you want 8-bit pixels or 16-bit pixels ?

If no-one knows of suitable Image::Magick ppm packages, I'd probably start with the appropriate dll download from

Update: I just grabbed
The good news is that it contains a ppm package for x64 Strawberry Perl 5.20.
The bad news is that, having installed that Image::Magick ppm package on my x64 Strawberry Perl 5.20.0, Magick.xs.dll won't bloody load.
Maybe I've done something wrong ... or maybe not ...


In reply to Re^5: Image-Magick on Strawberry Perl by syphilis
in thread Image-Magick on Strawberry Perl by aplonis

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