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Seeking a workaround for the failure of cpanm to install Tk::TableMatrix in Starwberry Perl v26, I thought to maybe try it out in a portable installation of Strawberrry Perl 24, and that worked. So, finding success, I next went to install also the module PP, which promply failed.

The failure occurs here ...

A:\PP>cpanm pp --> Working on pp Fetching +tar.gz ... OK Configuring PAR-Packer-1.037 ... OK ==> Found dependencies: Module::ScanDeps, Getopt::ArgvFile --> Working on Module::ScanDeps Fetching +.24.tar.gz ... OK Configuring Module-ScanDeps-1.24 ... OK Building and testing Module-ScanDeps-1.24 ... OK Successfully installed Module-ScanDeps-1.24 --> Working on Getopt::ArgvFile Fetching +1.11.tar.gz ... OK Configuring Getopt-ArgvFile-1.11 ... OK Building and testing Getopt-ArgvFile-1.11 ... OK Successfully installed Getopt-ArgvFile-1.11 Building and testing PAR-Packer-1.037 ...

It fails with the pop-up herewith included. The pop-up occures six times in a row, like that over and over.

The pop-up says...

The procedure entry point _ZdlPvy could not be located in the dynamic link library C:\Strawberry\perl\bin\perl526.dll

Just to be sure there was no confusion with cpanm from my installed Strawberry on the c: drive, I tried it again like below, (first insuring that my prior installs had really taken)...

---------------------------------------------- Welcome to Strawberry Perl Portable Edition! * URL - * see README.TXT for more info ---------------------------------------------- Perl executable: A:\PP\perl\bin\perl.exe Perl version : 5.24.2 / MSWin32-x64-multi-thread A:\PP>A:\PP\perl\bin\perl.exe -e "use Tk"; A:\PP>A:\PP\perl\bin\perl.exe -e "use Tk::TableMatrix"; A:\PP>A:\PP\perl\bin\cpanm.exe PP 'A:\PP\perl\bin\cpanm.exe' is not recognized as an internal or externa +l command, operable program or batch file. A:\PP>A:\PP\perl\bin\cpanm PP ! Finding PP on cpanmetadb failed. --> Working on PP Fetching +r.gz ... OK Configuring PDL-PP-0.010 ... N/A ! Configure failed for PDL-PP-0.010. See A:\PP\data\.cpanm\work\150082 +8689.4884\build.log for details. A:\PP>A:\PP\perl\bin\cpanm PAR::Packer --> Working on PAR::Packer Fetching +tar.gz ... OK Configuring PAR-Packer-1.037 ... OK Building and testing PAR-Packer-1.037 ...

...but results were as before.

In reply to Failure to cpanm PP on portable Strawberry Perl 24 by aplonis
in thread Tk::TableMatrix won't build on Strawberry 5.26.0 by aplonis

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