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After a lot of munching the project settings I succeeded to compile Win32::AdminMisc with ActivePerl 5.8 (804). It seems to work fine mostly, but it crashed in the DESKTOP.pl example. I do not feel very confident about that build, but if you must you can install it from my repository at http://Jenda.Krynicky.cz/perl.

If there's anyone who has the time and skills to compile the module properly and sends me the DLL I'll pack it for PPM and upload it to my repository.

Jenda


In reply to Re: Win32::AdminMisc for ActiveState Perl 5.8.0 binary, anyone? by Jenda
in thread Win32::AdminMisc for ActiveState Perl 5.8.0 binary, anyone? by Rudif

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