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Fedora Core 4 Update: perl-5.8.6-24 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Updated package.
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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2006-146
2006-03-27
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Product     : Fedora Core 4
Name        : perl
Version     : 5.8.6                      
Release     : 24                  
Summary     : The Perl programming language.
Description :
Perl is a high-level programming language with roots in C, sed, awk
and shell scripting.  Perl is good at handling processes and files,
and is especially good at handling text.  Perl's hallmarks are
practicality and efficiency.  While it is used to do a lot of
different things, Perl's most common applications are system
administration utilities and web programming.  A large proportion of
the CGI scripts on the web are written in Perl.  You need the perl
package installed on your system so that your system can handle Perl
scripts.

Install this package if you want to program in Perl or enable your
system to handle Perl scripts.

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* Fri Mar  3 2006 Jason Vas Dias  - 3:5.8.6-24
- fix bug 185242: restore default minimum ioctl 3rd arg length of 256
- fix bug 84671:  cleanup NDBM removal; restore DBM_Filter* .
* Thu Feb  2 2006 Jason Vas Dias  - 3:5.8.6-24
- fix bug 178343: include cpp built-in macros in $Config{cppsymbols}

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This update can be downloaded from:
  http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/4/

1bb038ba16257cd3e50d6d749143a6b6af728d60  SRPMS/perl-5.8.6-24.src.rpm
b0f77f3febec45d5b4d5ec192e1d3e78b025e6fa  ppc/perl-5.8.6-24.ppc.rpm
343d998c0ee841b69b7e684776d72f033e5e4fd8  ppc/perl-suidperl-5.8.6-24.ppc.rpm
a860d15dd3c09119c6c2722a282ff9e4d7eaa1df  ppc/debug/perl-debuginfo-5.8.6-24.ppc.rpm
29f0a4e834c760b816843aba32addd242759c39e  x86_64/perl-5.8.6-24.x86_64.rpm
8ae265b42276fe04ada603007142c20658c97d11  x86_64/perl-suidperl-5.8.6-24.x86_64.rpm
ddc5eb5e09782d3df121af682c9599f8d349d61b  x86_64/debug/perl-debuginfo-5.8.6-24.x86_64.rpm
326964b3438475739320c90176e4156894873698  i386/perl-5.8.6-24.i386.rpm
b9c9f7e909c279096464538f59cda802961117e7  i386/perl-suidperl-5.8.6-24.i386.rpm
f3af84449270061481ac964c27e3cae2d49e245f  i386/debug/perl-debuginfo-5.8.6-24.i386.rpm

This update can be installed with the 'yum' update program.  Use 'yum update
package-name' at the command line.  For more information, refer to 'Managing
Software with yum,' available at http://fedora.redhat.com/docs/yum/.
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