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There is a fixed bug for Module::Build.

There is no release yet it seems (I'd consider that a very high priority given the effect it has on all Windows developers, and the difficulty of figuring out what's the cause of the problem, let alone how to fix it).

But if you apply this change int he meantime things might work (haven't tested it, I hacked it in a different way).

/J


In reply to Re: Creating CPAN distribution on Win32 with Module::Build by jplindstrom
in thread Creating CPAN distribution on Win32 with Module::Build by pshangov

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