auto/Tk/getEncoding.al file is missing


, We installed perl-Tk-804.026 on a Solaris 10 machine and everything seem to have been installed properly. We were then able to build our executable on the same Solaris 10 machine using perl2exe with no problem it seems; however, ...
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