The <ugh> activestate ppm files are best for this sort of thing.

On Tue, Apr 10, 2001 at 04:45:40PM +0100, Andrew Bowman wrote:
> I'm trying to install the Tk module on a Win32 system (I realise this is
> where my mistake lies, however, leaving that aside...). The docs say to:
> 
> perl Makefile.PL
> nmake
> nmake test 
> nmake install_perl
> 
> Which seems to presume the presence of nmake as part of either an MS C or
> Borland C compiler setup. There's also mention of it being possible to build
> it with MinGW (a Minimalist GCC type setup for Windows), however this
> doesn't come with nmake (and it's own make barfs on the TK makefile).
> 
> I haven't had much luck Googling for docs on how to install Tk on Win32
> using MinGW (or any other approach that involves having a commercial Windows
> C compiler), other than a fleeting reference to 'head scratching' - so any
> help or pointers or insights you can offer will be appreciated.
> 
> Andrew.

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