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I get:

Binary file ./blib/arch/auto/DBI/DBI.xs.dll matches ./DBI.c:XS_EXTERNAL(boot_DBI); /* prototype to pass -Wmissing-prototyp +es */ ./DBI.c:XS_EXTERNAL(boot_DBI) ./DBI.def: boot_DBI Binary file ./DBI.o matches Binary file ./dll.exp matches
on both machines.

The two machines extract the files and compile in a different order, but it appears to be the same files and same compile commands. The only difference I see before the failed test is that one machine refers to dmake as C:\STRAWB~1\c\bin\dmake.exe, while the other refers to it as C:\Strawberry\c\bin\dmake.EXE.

In reply to Re^4: DBD::ODBC install can't find boot_DBI by DanEllison
in thread DBD::ODBC install can't find boot_DBI by DanEllison

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