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Reini Urban schrieb:
Corinna Vinschen schrieb:
On Jul 2 19:06, Reini Urban wrote:
Corinna Vinschen schrieb:
This is intended and current practice for perl developers with a lot
of different perl versions around to test their libraries against.
- Your package pollutes the /usr/bin directory with two versions of
*almost* every tool in the perl package, foo, foo5.8.8, bar, bar5.8.8,
etc. The former 5.8.7 package only created a perl5.8.8 parallel to
the perl exe, but all other binaries were only available without
versioning, same as in the Linux distros I have my hands on, btw.
Erm... that's ok for *your* test and build machines, but this is a
stable release you're planning, not a test version.
I'm planning to release the test version also. See the thread under
[perl-5.9.5]. The package is ready without any testsuite failure, it's
just not yet released upstream and we are still finding silly bugs.
But if the additional 5.8.8 script suffix is a problem I can pull them
out. For me it made things clearer.
The -2 package below has no additional 5.8.8 script suffix anymore, just
for the two binaries.
I also add some more in-between patches, esp. an installperl bugfix for
setup.hint's attached (unchanged)
- fixed installperl for the pl-CYG04major.version.cygwin.sh.patch
(skipping lib and pods).
- added #40103 - File-Spec-case_tolerant.patch from 5.9.5
- added #38628 Cwd->cwd() patch, but not the full cygwin-path.patch
posted to p5p
- added File-Spec-Cygwin-TMPDIR.patch
- added several backports for failing testsuite cases.
- Adjust the perlcygwin documentation for ntsec, cygserver and Unicode
- included more vendor_perl packages compared to 5.8.7 (without
comment they are all new):
Rationale: Same local vendor_perl packages included as in 5.8.7,
plus some of the new CPAN
packages which went to core with 5.9.5, Bundle::CPAN,
CPAN::Reporter, Module::Build, Par::Dist,
for a full CPAN bootstrap, the new libXML packages, and some
Pod-Simple-3.05 Test-Pod-1.26 Pod-Coverage-0.18
Compress-Zlib-2.005 (updated from 1.41)
IO-Zlib-1.05 (updated from 1.04)
IO-String-1.08 (updated from 1.07)
Archive-Tar-1.32 (updated from 1.26, but without bin)
Term-ReadLine-Perl-1.0302 (updated from 1.0203)
Term-ReadLine-Gnu-1.16 TermReadKey-2.30 (same)
XML-NamespaceSupport-1.09 XML-SAX-0.15 XML-LibXML-Common-0.13
Proc-ProcessTable-0.41 (updated from 0.40)
Config-Tiny-2.10 File-Copy-Recursive-0.33 IPC-Run3-0.037
Tee-0.13 IO-CaptureOutput-1.03 File-pushd-0.99 File-HomeDir-0.65
URI-1.35 HTML-Tagset-3.10 HTML-Parser-3.56 libwww-perl-5.805
ExtUtils-CBuilder-0.19 ExtUtils-ParseXS-2.18 Regexp-Common-2.120
version-0.7203 podlators-2.0.5 Pod-Readme-0.09
B-Generate-1.09 PadWalker-1.5 Alias-2.32
- removed /usr/bin/ptar and /usr/bin/ptardiff, and subsequently
Algorithm-Diff-1.1902 Text-Diff-0.35. If you want these binaries
install Archive::Tar via cpan
- PAR is not included because of /usr/bin/pp: impolite namespace
pollution. But since the PAR::Dist
is included the tight version dependency problems should have gone.
5.8.8-1 (never uploaded)
- Maintainer change from Gerrit Haase to Reini Urban.
- This is based on the latest stable perl release, with the same local
patches and local vendor_perl packages included as in 5.8.7, plus
some of the new CPAN packages which went to core with 5.9.5, plus
some CPAN and CPAN::Reporter dependencies to be able for a full CPAN
bootstrap, plus the new libXML packages,
plus some almost-core dependencies.
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