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Software development manager for OpusVL [opusvl.com], member of Birmingham Perl Mongers [pm.org] and maintainer of http://perldoc.perl.org [perl.org].

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Friday December 21, 2007
11:06 AM

perldoc.perl.org updated for Perl 5.10

[ #35184 ]

Following the Perl 5.10 release, I've now updated http://perldoc.perl.org with the Perl 5.10.0 documentation.

The Perl 5.8.8 documentation is still available though, at http://perldoc.perl.org/5.8.8.

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  • I don't see the new file "perlsymbian" in here: http://perldoc.perl.org/index-platforms.html [perl.org]
  • I'd hoped to be able to link to 5.10.0 directly rather than the "current" release, but it doesn't exist...

    Can you add a perldoc.perl.org/5.10.0 redirect? (either from the homepage to there, or there to the homepage is fine).
    • I'm trying to avoid needing to maintain every point release of each branch and just keep the latest versions (so there isn't a /5.8.6 or /5.8.7 link even though they've previously been on the site).

      The /5.8.8 link was put in for the Linux Standards Base project though so that one will remain even if a 5.8.9 comes out.

      If another project specifically needs to reference 5.10.0 (i.e. something that we do not expect to track the 5.10.x point releases) then let me know and I'll get the links added.