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+Revision history for Path-Iterator-Rule
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+{{$NEXT}}
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+ - First release, based on Path::Class::Rule 0.015
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+name = Path-Iterator-Rule
+author = David Golden <dagolden@cpan.org>
+license = Apache_2_0
+copyright_holder = David Golden
+copyright_year = 2013
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+[@DAGOLDEN]
+:version = 0.032
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