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Hmm. I checked, and I have compiled Data-UUID at one time, and my diff looks like
diff -ubr Data-UUID-0.11/Makefile.PL myData-UUID-0.11/Makefile.PL --- Data-UUID-0.11/Makefile.PL 2003-08-27 12:38:36.000000000 -0700 +++ myData-UUID-0.11/Makefile.PL 2005-06-22 07:21:04.375000000 -070 +0 @@ -1,5 +1,7 @@ use ExtUtils::MakeMaker; use Config; +my $tmp = $ENV{TEMP}||$ENV{TMP}||"/var/tmp"; +$tmp =~ s~\\~/~g;; # See lib/ExtUtils/ for details of how to influence # the contents of the Makefile that is written. @@ -52,14 +54,15 @@ my ($d, $m); # automate installations - as per Heath Malmstrom if(!$ENV{PERL_MM_USE_DEFAULT}) { - do { print "UUID state storage (/var/tmp): "; + do { print "UUID state storage ($tmp): "; } while !($d = <STDIN>, chop $d, -d $d || !$d); do { print "default umask (0007): "; } while !($m = <STDIN>, chop $m, ($m =~ /[0-7]{3}/) || !$m); } - chmod(0666, sprintf("%s/%s", $d||"/var/tmp", ".UUID_NODEID" +)); - chmod(0666, sprintf("%s/%s", $d||"/var/tmp", ".UUID_STATE") +); - return { 'DEFINE' => qq(-D_STDIR=\\").($d||"/var/tmp").qq(\\"). + chmod(0666, sprintf("%s/%s", $d||"$tmp", ".UUID_NODEID")); + chmod(0666, sprintf("%s/%s", $d||"$tmp", ".UUID_STATE")); + $d =~ s~\\~/~g; + return { 'DEFINE' => qq(-D_STDIR=\\").($d||"$tmp").'\\" '. qq( -D__$Config{osname}__). qq( -D_DEFAULT_UMASK=).($m||"0007")}; } diff -ubr Data-UUID-0.11/UUID.h myData-UUID-0.11/UUID.h --- Data-UUID-0.11/UUID.h 2003-08-27 12:38:36.000000000 -0700 +++ myData-UUID-0.11/UUID.h 2005-06-22 07:22:58.656250000 -0700 @@ -4,7 +4,9 @@ #include <string.h> #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> +#ifndef WIN32 #include <unistd.h> +#endif #include <time.h> #include "md5.h" @@ -29,7 +31,7 @@ #else # define PTR2ul(p) INT2PTR(unsigned long,p) #endif -#if defined __cygwin__ || __mingw32__ +#if defined __cygwin__ || __mingw32__ || WIN32 #include <windows.h> #endif #if defined __darwin__ @@ -49,8 +51,14 @@ #define UUID_STATE_NV_STORE _STDIR"/"UUID_STATE #define UUID_NODEID_NV_STORE _STDIR"/"UUID_NODEID + #define UUIDS_PER_TICK 1024 +/*podmaster*/ +#ifdef WIN32 +#define I64(C) ((unsigned __int64) C##) +#else #define I64(C) C##LL +#endif #define F_BIN 0 #define F_STR 1 @@ -63,7 +71,12 @@ typedef unsigned short unsigned16; typedef unsigned char unsigned8; typedef unsigned char byte; +/*podmaster*/ +#ifdef WIN32 +typedef unsigned __int64 unsigned64_t; +#else typedef unsigned long long unsigned64_t; +#endif typedef unsigned64_t uuid_time_t; #if defined __solaris__ || defined __linux__ @@ -116,7 +129,7 @@ ); static void get_current_time(uuid_time_t * timestamp); static unsigned16 true_random(void); -static void get_system_time(uuid_time_t *uuid_time); +static void get_system_time(uuid_time_t * uuid_time); static void get_random_info(unsigned char seed[16]); static char *base64 = diff -ubr Data-UUID-0.11/UUID.xs myData-UUID-0.11/UUID.xs --- Data-UUID-0.11/UUID.xs 2003-08-27 12:38:36.000000000 -0700 +++ myData-UUID-0.11/UUID.xs 2005-06-22 07:30:22.640625000 -0700 @@ -105,7 +105,7 @@ } static void get_system_time(uuid_time_t *uuid_time) { -#if defined __CYGWIN__ || __MINGW32__ +#if defined __CYGWIN__ || __MINGW32__ || WIN32 /* ULARGE_INTEGER time; */ LARGE_INTEGER time; @@ -129,7 +129,7 @@ static void get_random_info(unsigned char seed[16]) { MD5_CTX c; -#if defined __CYGWIN__ || __MINGW32__ +#if defined __CYGWIN__ || __MINGW32__ || WIN32 typedef struct { MEMORYSTATUS m; SYSTEM_INFO s; @@ -150,7 +150,7 @@ MD5Init(&c); -#if defined __CYGWIN__ || __MINGW32__ +#if defined __CYGWIN__ || __MINGW32__ || WIN32 GlobalMemoryStatus(&r.m); GetSystemInfo(&r.s); GetSystemTimeAsFileTime(&r.t);

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