|Subject:||Makefile needs tweaking on Windows, --pp version fails|
Hi, there is an issue with installing Mouse on Windows. I am using Strawberry perl 5.12.0 on WinXP64. The problem is that Makefile.PL generates CCFLAGS with the option -Wc++- compat . This option doesn't exist on Windows dmake so compiling fails. I tried to install the current Windows version of gcc to get the most recent dmake but it doesn't help. The good thing is: removing that option manually from Makefile will cause Mouse to compile and pass all tests. As I am not into gcc so much I don't really know if removing the c++- compat option is a good idea. But since a lot of CPAN modules depend on Mouse and I cannot switch to Unix - please remove that compiler option on Windows if it's not needed. I also tried the --pp option in which ~600 subtests failed. After successfully installing Mouse with XS, I cannot reproduce the failing PurePerl tests (from a fresh unpacked tar.gz package). Thanks a lot.