Re: Switch to perl-5.005_02 ?
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Raphael Hertzog, in an immanent manifestation of deity, wrote:
>What will be done for slink ? I don't know but I'd like to have perl5.005
>because it's better (ie. thread support is really useful). But then all
>lib*-perl maintainer will have to upload updated packages. Is this
Considering that stable.tar.gz on CPAN is now pointing to Perl 5.005.02
and I'm having no problems with it, I'll be releasing it this weekend.
Sorry I've been a bit slow, I'm working on buying a house.
After I get the basic Perl package out (for testing and module
recompilation), I plan on releasing another that has most of the bugs
fixed. I also plan on making experimental packages of threaded Perl and
the latest development Perl later in the week.
BTW, Joey, some of my projects could *really* use threaded Perl as
well. But it's considered experimental in 5.005 and just isn't up to
snuff in a production environment.
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