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Add a prereq for the minimum perl version. #6

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monsieurp commented Jul 29, 2016

This pull request is part of the CPAN Pull Request Challenge 2016 and adds a minimum Perl version to dist.ini based on perlver's output:

monsieurp@epsilon ~/git_projects/Test-Portability-Files $ perlver .


   ------------------------------------------------------------  
 | file                          | explicit | syntax | external |
 | ------------------------------------------------------------ |
 | lib/Test/Portability/Files.pm | ~        | v5.6.0 | n/a      |
 | t/01basic.t                   | ~        | ~      | n/a      |
 | t/portfs.t                    | ~        | ~      | n/a      |
 | ------------------------------------------------------------ |
 | Minimum explicit version : ~                                 |
 | Minimum syntax version   : v5.6.0                            |
 | Minimum version of perl  : v5.6.0                            |
   ------------------------------------------------------------  

This warning shows up in CPANTS for this package: http://cpants.cpanauthors.org/kwalitee/meta_yml_declares_perl_version

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thanks, applied!

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abraxxa commented Sep 21, 2016

thanks, applied!

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And fixed by bc6d79a.

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abraxxa commented Sep 21, 2016

And fixed by bc6d79a.

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