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Perl 5.9.3 released

posted by rafael on 2006.01.30 8:30   Printer-friendly

The Perl 5 developer team is pleased to announce the release of perl 5.9.3, the fourth development release of perl 5.9, incorporating developments towards the next major stable version of perl, perl 5.10.

It is available from the Comprehensive Perl Archive Network as

    ftp://ftp.cpan.org/pub/CPAN/src/perl-5.9.3.tar.gz 

Its MD5 checksum is 8ba92aeee7b34206c45f8eec759d1859 and its size is 13796779 bytes.

The perl593delta document outlines the changes between perl 5.9.2 and perl 5.9.3. It can be found at:

    http://search.cpan.org/~rgarcia/perl-5.9.3/pod/perl593delta.pod 

The perltodo document contains a small release roadmap for perl 5.10. It is available at:

    http://search.cpan.org/~rgarcia/perl-5.9.3/pod/perltodo.pod 

Please note that this is a development version, and not a stable release. It is provided for testing and experimentation purposes only, and must NOT be used in production environments.

This is a source code release, not a binary release. You will need a C development environment to build the sources. To build and install Perl, and to find out how to report problems, please read the INSTALL file, and any relevant README.<platform> file.

As specified in the licences for Perl (see the files named Artistic or Copying), THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED WITH ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.

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