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non port: lang/perl5.8/files/patch-lastcloseparen

Number of commits found: 2

Monday, 27 Oct 2003
19:48 tobez search for other commits by this committer
Update to 5.8.1.


Make suidperl optional (ENABLE_SUIDPERL knob).  Switch to perlmalloc by
default, unless threaded perl is built, to improve performance.
Modernize pkg-plist (switch to SITE_PERL where possible).  Update WWW.

Many thanks to foxfair who prepared most of this update.
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Monday, 14 Jul 2003
11:36 tobez search for other commits by this committer
Fix a bug which goes unnoticed on all platforms but leads to a
coredump on FreeBSD/amd64 when one uses $^N variable and there were
no captures in the last executed regexp.

One third of this fix was applied to the perl tree in December 2002,
with the rest hopefully applied in the next couple of days.

Reported by:    jwd
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Number of commits found: 2