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Hi,

Just noticed that Strawberry Perl-5.30.3 is now available.
The date given there is 2020-07-13, but I know it wasn't available earlier today. (Looks like the date is the date that perl was built - not the date at which the distro became available.)

Hopefully, that indicates that 5.32.0 might not be too far away.
Actually, I build my own perls on Windows and therefore don't rely on the Strawberry project for perl. It's still a very handy reference for me, but.
And I do look forward to using the updated gcc compiler that usually accompanies new Strawberry Perl major releases.
Since the mingw-w64 project stopped providing recent builds of gcc (as of a couple of years ago), I've come to rely on Strawberry for my gcc upgrades.

Anyway ... just thought it was worth mentioning ... and looking forward to a 5.32.0 release soon, with (fingers crossed) gcc-9 or gcc-10.

Cheers,
Rob

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