Well, In the past, I have been successfull in compiling Perl 5.004 and
5.005.something, I don’t remember the exact version numbers but the thing
was rather painless. I was using watcom C 10.6 I guess (under QNX 4.24 and
4.25). The main problem is that you’ll get A LOT of errors if you don’t
have the TCP/IP Toolkit installed on your system. It is also a bit easier
to have TCP/IP runtime configured and running on your developpement system
because all the test procedures will fail if you don’t have them.
My guess it that TCP/IP might be your problem.
“Lalit” <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
Hi! I have been trying to install Perl5.6.0 on QNX 4.25. I downlaoded
the tar.gz version. The tar file is giving me the archive. Now when I
try to compile the code using the Configure utility, its giving a lot of
errors. I am assuming that it is because of us running a watcom c
compiler and the default c compiler for perl is GNU, and the libraries
are getting mixed up. If any of you have any idea about this problem
please help me out.