Re: building libterm-readline-gnu-perl
>>>>> "Darren" == Darren/Torin/Who Ever <email@example.com> writes:
Darren> I was building libterm-readline-gnu-perl and noticed that
Darren> it is Priority: extra. Why is this? It doesn't conflict
Darren> with others of higher priorities and it doesn't have
Darren> specialized requirements. There are quite a few Perl
Darren> modules that use either libterm-readline-gnu-perl or
Darren> libterm-readline-perl-perl, so it isn't likely to only be
Darren> useful if you already know what it is...
I don't remember exactly why I made it extra. Feel free to bump it..
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