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Everything in your posts confirms that perl Makefile.PL make=nmake is the reason, whether its because of cpan configuration or Config_heavy.pl

You mention CPAN conf. I see the Strawberry Perl dmake called out explicitly.

cpan> o conf $CPAN::Config options from C:\strawberry\perl\lib/CPAN/Config.pm: commit [Commit changes to disk] defaults [Reload defaults from disk] help [Short help about 'o conf' usage] init [Interactive setting of all options] applypatch [] auto_commit [1] build_cache [10] build_dir [C:\strawberry\cpan\build] build_dir_reuse [0] build_requires_install_policy [yes] bzip2 [] cache_metadata [0] check_sigs [0] colorize_debug undef colorize_output [0] colorize_print [bold blue on_white] colorize_warn [bold red on_white] commandnumber_in_prompt [0] commands_quote undef connect_to_internet_ok undef cpan_home [C:\strawberry\cpan] curl [] dontload_hash undef dontload_list undef ftp [C:\WINDOWS\system32\ftp.EXE] ftp_passive [1] ftp_proxy [] ftpstats_period undef ftpstats_size undef getcwd [cwd] gpg [] gzip [ ] halt_on_failure undef histfile [C:\strawberry\cpan\histfile] histsize [100] http_proxy [] inactivity_timeout [0] index_expire [1] inhibit_startup_message [0] keep_source_where [C:\strawberry\cpan\sources] load_module_verbosity [none] lynx [] make [C:\strawberry\c\bin\dmake.EXE] make_arg [] make_install_arg [UNINST=1] make_install_make_command undef makepl_arg [] mbuild_arg [] mbuild_install_arg [--uninst 1] mbuild_install_build_command undef mbuildpl_arg [] ncftp [] ncftpget [] no_proxy [] pager [C:\WINDOWS\system32\more.COM] password undef patch [C:\strawberry\c\bin\patch.exe] patches_dir undef perl5lib_verbosity undef prefer_external_tar undef prefer_installer [MB] prefs_dir [C:\strawberry\cpan\prefs] prerequisites_policy [follow] proxy_pass undef proxy_user undef randomize_urllist undef scan_cache [atstart] shell [C:\WINDOWS\system32\cmd.exe] show_unparsable_versions [0] show_upload_date [1] show_zero_versions [0] tar [ ] tar_verbosity [none] term_is_latin [0] term_ornaments [0] test_report [0] trust_test_report_history undef unzip [] urllist 0 [http://cpan.strawberryperl.com/] use_sqlite [1] username undef version_timeout undef wait_list undef wget [] yaml_load_code [0] yaml_module [YAML]

Maybe I should update make_arg with make=dmake?

Also, the dir C:\strawberry\cpan\prefs is completely empty. Not sure if that is relevant.

EDIT: And here are all the "makes" in Config_heavy.pl.

C:\strawberry\perl\lib > find "make" Config_heavy.pl ---------- CONFIG_HEAVY.PL firstmakefile='makefile' gmake='gmake' make='dmake' make_set_make='#' pmake=''

In reply to Re^4: Strawberry Perl 5.12.3, CPAN, make file problems (dmake.exe), DFSEP and backslash "\" by jffry
in thread Strawberry Perl 5.12.3, CPAN, make file problems (dmake.exe), DFSEP and backslash "\" by jffry

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