Mmkay, perhaps someone can help me with this one. There's a Perl module I've used for a web site of mine for a while, called WebMake (HTML::WebMake). It is dependent on a few other modules (Text::EtText, Image::Size, HTML:arser, and IO::String). Under Jaguar and Panther, I had no trouble installing any of these--I could even use CPAN to automate the process. Problem: Almost every module I try to build under 10.4 coughs up a huge mess of make errors and won't work. Text::EtText seems to install, but any version of HTML:arser after the ANCIENT 2.25 won't work (though CPAN says they've been tested good in pre-8 versions of Darwin with the same Perl version as Tiger), and HTML::WebMake 2.3 is almost as bad. Most of the erors are along the lines of "incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function", though I don't know what that means. I've tried both using CPAN and downloading the modules directly then doing the standard: sudo perl Makefile.PL sudo make sudo make test ...which then produces a mess of errors, so proceeding to sudo make install ...is a no-go. I'm far from a Perl expert, but perhaps somebody else has gotten this working, or maybe can offer some suggestions? For reference, I'm running off a completely clean Tiger install (just imported the users using the post-install update thingy), and I have installed the basic Dev Tools (sans manuals and environments I don't use). Help?