[After the previous reply I've noticed your posts in pgsql-general]
To quote one of the answers there, Pg and DBD::Pg are completely different. You weren't very clear what interface your scripts use. If you used DBI/DBD postgres interface for your scripts, you don't need any perl tweak to your PostgreSQL build. For a Pg module, you should either find a binary distro which has it included (very hard -- as this should be a solver build -- like in openoffice -- including the prebuild source tree) or to build it yourself.
As a last comment, DBD::Pg would be a better bet, because its build is not based on PostgreSQL source, but on a working binary distribution, with libpq.dll and headers included. If you have problems with CPAN direct access using Perl, there's always the ftp/http download alternative -- don't forget the DBI module also.
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