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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I run Debian unstable on my laptop and I just installed Term::ReadKey with the CPAN shell and it passed all its tests.
    • That might be because per default only the non-interactive tests are run. Those pass for me, too. But perl -Mblib test.pl interactive in the unpacked distribution directory wont.

      One other thing, though, is bugging me right now. Before the upgrade I had 5.5.3 and 5.8.0 compiled myself. Now, after the upgrade of the vendor perl to 5.8.0, I somehow can't seem to find my old 5.8.0. Obviously it got overwritten. Which is odd because I can't imagine that I installed any custom perl with the /usr prefix. But maybe I did and the old installation has still some files around that the threaded Debian-perl now uses.