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Re: strawberry perl updates

by pryrt (Abbot)
on Nov 29, 2022 at 15:35 UTC ( #11148443=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to strawberry perl updates

strawberry perl typically adds another .1 to the end of the actual perl version for their bundle's version. So "perl 5.32.1" is bundled as a strawberry installer or zip with ""

I was going to direct you to to see their release names over time (and to check myself if they'd ever done a .2 or higher suffix), but they appear to be down right now.

Fortunately, their whois says they've got another year before their domain expires. I put in an issue on their website github, but given their lack of updates over the past years, I don't know if they have anyone who will get their website working again.

But since I was at their github for the website, I looked at releases.html and found that yes, they have both and (for example), so they occasionally do uprev their sub-minor revision. Oh, and looking at their release-notes source folder, there was apparently a patched perl.h for the version.

But the short version: if perl -V is reporting 5.32.1, then the bundle is the bundle that provides that.

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Re^2: strawberry perl updates
by pryrt (Abbot) on Nov 29, 2022 at 19:37 UTC
    Their website is back up now. It was just a temporary issue

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