Robert May napisał(a):
> On 23/04/07, Reini Urban <rurban@...> wrote:
>> Hi Waldemar,
>> 2007/4/22, Waldemar Biernacki <wb@...>:
>> > 1. the file GUI.rc (in root install directory) has readonly attribute
>> > and installation stops. When I change it to read/write attribute all
>> > pass OK. Is it a very small bug or I did something incorrectly?
>> Thanks, this is a bug indeed.
> Hmm. I don't see that here (WinZip and Win98). What tools are used
> for unpacking, and what OS?
OS = Windows XPHE [ver 5.1.2600]
Mingw with gcc 3.4.5 (date is 2006-01-18)
dmake 4.8-20070327-SHAY (Windows / MS Visual C++)
After standard perl installation (sources "stable.tar.gz" version 5.8.8
date 06-02-01 unpacked using the 7z software): dmake dmake test dmake
During the installation I installed additional software it wanted (gpg,
gzip, tar ... and so on a lot of questions!)
Then I modified the files Config.pm and Config_heavy.pl properly.
The module Win32::GUI I installed using standard cpan command: "cpan
install Win32::GUI". I noticed the problem with the
attribute. I pointed installation directory as "c:\perl\.cpan" and in
the subdirectory of the packet
I have changed the attribute (being in cpan shell in another cmd shell),
returned to cpan shell and push the cpan command again.
I have to admit I wanted to install perl (and libraries including
DBD::Pg instead DBD::PgPP and my own too) from source last 6 months
perl/mingw/dmake/nmake/make software. At last I did it!
I've just compiled Wn32::GUI again downloading it from cpan again. No
atribute problem. Was the packet exchanged? No compilation problems!
Some tests (after "dmake test") have not passed but no errors.
> 2. Actually it has passed but not all! I'v got the note:
>> > =====================================================
>> > Win32::GUI::AxWindow can only be built using MSVC, not 'gcc',
>> > as it depends on the Microsoft Active Template Library (ATL).
>> > Win32::GUI::AxWindow will be skipped during the current build process.
>> > At this time Win32::GUI::DIBitmap cannot be build using gcc.
>> > Win32::GUI::DIBitmap will be skipped during the current build process.
>> We assume that with mingw you don't have the original MSVC ATL
>> This is most likely wrong for you, so you have to fix the Makefile.PL
>> > Win32::GUI::Grid can only be built using MSVC, not 'gcc',
>> > as it requires the MFC framework.
>> > Win32::GUI::Grid will be skipped during the current build process.
>> We assume that with mingw you don't have the original MSVC MFC
>> libraries. This is most likely wrong for you, so you have to fix the
>> You only need the libraries and to fix the Makefile.
> If anyone has further information or success building these modules
> with mingw, then I'd be very interested in making this happen - I
> spent a long time looking at it last year, and drew a blank. I'm not
> convinced it's a simple problem.