In config.pl (which is designed to fix the path names in config.pm after a "binary" install) the methods used to figure out what path perl is now in don't seem to work on NT. $0 returns only the executable name, shift returns nothing. I changed the reference to $0 into $^X and that seemed to solve the problem.
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