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Wed, 2 Feb 2005
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perl5 lang  Deleted files touched by this commit  This port version is marked as vulnerable. Practical Extraction and Report Language
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head/Mk/bsd.port.mk
Update bsd.port.mk's notion of the perl version (to 5.8.6) [1].
Use more correct OSVERSION threshold to distinguish between
base system perl and perl from ports - the right value is 500036 [1].

Also, simplify OSVERSION-related logic in lang/perl5 and lang/perl5.8.
Now it goes as follows:

- for lang/perl5.8, if there is perl in the base system, install
  use.perl script, use a helpful pkg-message, and do not automatically
  update symlinks;
- for lang/perl5.8, if there is no perl in the base system, do not
  install use.perl script, and update symlinks automatically;
- for lang/perl5, always install use.perl;
- for lang/perl5, never update symlinks automatically;
- for lang/perl5, vary produced pkg-message depending on the presence of
  the base system perl.

Bump PORTREVISION for both lang/perl5 and lang/perl5.8.

[1] Approved by:        portmgr

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