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Id: 123162
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Subject: Missing files for /mkheader blocks static linked perl
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The file /mkheader cannot (re)create header files for win32, because the following files it depends on two files not included in package: unicore/CombiningClass.pl and unicode/Decomposition.pl. This problem does only occure if you enable in "makefile.mk" the following two options: BUILD_STATIC *= define ALL_STATIC *= define If you remove the package from dist perl can compile, I donnot know what problems this might trigger.
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On Fri Sep 29 16:50:50 2017, PRIVI wrote: Show quoted text
> The file > > /mkheader > > cannot (re)create header files for win32, because the following files > it depends on two files not included in package: > unicore/CombiningClass.pl and unicode/Decomposition.pl. > > This problem does only occure if you enable in "makefile.mk" the > following two options: > > BUILD_STATIC *= define > ALL_STATIC *= define > > If you remove the package from dist perl can compile, I donnot know > what problems this might trigger.
I removed the '#' at the beginning of each of those two lines in makefile.mk so the options get enabled, and then compiled perl from an otherwise clean blead. It compiled fine and tested. The two files listed in this ticket are compiled during the build process. I don't know why they would be missing from your build. So, I can't reproduce this problem. Can you try on a later Perl version?
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