I'd look at Win32::API::Prototype but it doesn't appear to be on CPAN (to which your link points). Google says it is a Roth module. I tend to avoid non-CPAN modules for a lot of reasons...
Ahh, nice, this one includes source code and it is all in Perl (which means the usual reason Roth gives for not putting on CPAN shouldn't apply; maybe that will happen). It appears to do quite simple translation from typedef'd types to Win32::API types, which isn't at all what I was thinking it would do (I find that this step is usually the easiest step).
So the two methods could probably be merged rather easily.
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