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› git diff --stat v5.28.0 v5.30.0 | sort -t'|' -k2 -n | tail -n 10 .../Locale-Codes/lib/Locale/Codes/ | 2898 - pod/perldelta.pod | 2937 +- .../lib/Locale/Codes/ | 3030 - cpan/Locale-Codes/lib/Locale/Codes/ | 3806 - regcomp.c | 8905 +- uni_keywords.h | 13929 +-- .../Locale-Codes/lib/Locale/Codes/ | 14764 --- cpan/Unicode-Collate/Collate/allkeys.txt | 56368 +++++---- +- charclass_invlists.h | 70965 +++++++-- +--- .../lib/Locale/Codes/ | 100760 --------- +---------

In reply to Re^2: Perl 5.30 is official! by daxim
in thread Perl 5.30 is official! by talexb

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