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in reply to Compiler for Perl modules

Not really an answer to your question, but have you looked at ActiveStates website?
They have a large number of pre-compiled CPAN modules for your downloading pleasure.
There's a zip index here if cant use PPM.

Smitz

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Re: Re: Compler for Perl modules
by nite_man (Deacon) on Apr 24, 2003 at 09:56 UTC
    Thanks smitz,
    I know it but sometimes I need install some modules which don't consist in the PPM repository (for example, Net::Pcap). Only the one way which I know to do it - use nmake from ms visual studio but I wouldn't use this programm tool because it is heavy (for computer resources) and not OPEN SOURCE product.
    If I'm not right, please, correct me.
          
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      Odd you should mention Net::Pcap, I knew the links from my previous reply as I was looking for the same module,
      and it is in there, somewhere.
      But to answer your question, no idea. Would DJGPP work? I really dont know. Or, if you are feeling lucky, you
      could ask podmaster to compile a module into a ppm for you, as he hosts his own repository somewhere.

      Smitz