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G'day pryrt,

Thanks for your research and discovery.

Yes, I am using Perl v5.36 and Term::ANSIColor v5.01 came with that (it's a dual-life module).

The first stable version of Perl with Term::ANSIColor v5.00 (or later) is Perl v5.32.0 (with Term::ANSIColor v5.01): The most recent version of Perl offered by "Strawberry Perl" is v5.32.1.1. So, presumably, updating Strawberry Perl would be another way to get the required version of Term::ANSIColor.

[I sent a /msg to Discipulus with a link to your post.]

— Ken

In reply to Re^6: 'rgb_palette' - Term::ANSIColor Helper -- errors on strawberry by kcott
in thread 'rgb_palette' - Term::ANSIColor Helper by kcott

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