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Spell Checker (This time its a symbols problem)

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Jul 11, 2004, 7:36 PM

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Spell Checker (This time its a symbols problem) Can't Post

I've done everything. Really. I didn't screw it up. I did it without the idiots guide, but when I found it I did it (turns out I didn't have XML DOM...), But no dice.

Can't load 'C:/Perl/site/lib/auto/Text/Aspell/Aspell.dll' for module Text::Aspell: load_file:The specified module could not be found at C:/Perl/lib/ line 229.
at C:\Inetpub\Sites\Dan's Site\htmlarea\plugins\SpellChecker\spell-check-logic.cgi line 16

I threw a new version of the aspell dll in the /site/lib/auto/text/aspell folder, and got a differant (symbols-related) error, so I compiled a new version of aspell to get a new .exp file that matched.

Now I get this error:

Can't find 'boot_Text__Aspell' symbol in C:/Perl/site/lib/auto/Text/Aspell/Aspell.dll
at C:\...\spell-check-logic.cgi line 16

It's killing me. Haven't gotten any replies on perl related forums, and I probably won't get one here, because, looking at the list, you have so many spell checker posts that you probably don't read them any more.


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