Perl Dev Kit 9.5 doesn’t work for Active Perl 5.28. How can I build an exe-Version for my Active Perl-Scripts
You can’t, at least not with ActivePerl under the EULA.
Don’t use the PDK. It has not been a viable tool since about 2015. Security patches and operating system updates can block the PDK, and every file ever wrapped by the PDK.
The ActiveState EULA no longer recognizes any exemptions for using a wrapping tool, like the PDK. If you’re willing to risk having all of your wrapped Perl files suddenly stop working, there are non-Activestate options, but we recommend that Perl code should be shipped as unwrapped Perl scripts.