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Here is one of my diff files to gain similar things:
--- D:\WORK\PerlCompile\perl-5.6.1-x\compile-extensions\XML-Parser-2.3 +0\xxx\Makefile.PL Thu Apr 19 22:01:23 2001 +++ Makefile.PL Thu Apr 19 21:50:10 2001 @@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ WriteMakefile( NAME => 'XML::Parser::Expat', C => ['Expat.c'], - LIBS => $libs, + LIBS => "-L$Config{libpth} -L$Config{libpth}\\Relea +se vcl.lib $libs", XSPROTOARG => '-noprototypes', VERSION_FROM => '', @extras
So add/edit Makefile.PL in a similar way.

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In reply to Re: Re: Re: Compiling Tk::PNG on win32 (complications, more c/xs than perl) by Courage
in thread Compiling Tk::PNG on win32 (complications, more c/xs than perl) by crazyinsomniac

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