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Anyone know how to work through this?

Not yet, but I see the same and it looks to me that ExtUtils::MakeMaker is not playing nicely with gmake.
Strawberry 5.26.0 is the first Strawberry Perl to use 'gmake'. Earlier versions use 'dmake', and there's no problem installing Tk::TableMatrix on Strawberry 5.24.0.

My guess is that it's EU::MM (not gmake) that's causing the problem. But it's getting late over here, and some bastard has been drinking my whisky, so *I* won't be able to contribute much else until tomorrow.

Another possibility is that Tk::TableMatrix (which hasn't been updated in 10 years) is suffering some form of bitrot that has only come to the fore now that Strawberry uses gmake. (But I'm still backing that EU::MM is the culprit.)

Cheers,
Rob

In reply to Re: Tk::TableMatrix won't build on Strawberry 5.26.0 by syphilis
in thread Tk::TableMatrix won't build on Strawberry 5.26.0 by aplonis

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