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Re: where is perl 5.6?

Brendan O'Dea, in an immanent manifestation of deity, wrote:
>For stable, the `officially blessed' version of perl *must* be the
>current /usr/bin/perl, or binary modules (which by this time should all
>be compiled for that version) won't work.  This will break any package
>with a dependency on such modules.

This might be something of a point here.  Perl isn't managed by
update-alternatives.  There is always only one /usr/bin/perl.  This
doesn't meant that we can't have perl-5.005, perl-5.6, perl-5.8, etc.

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