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Commits on Oct 3, 2012
  1. Bump all packages that use perl, or depend on a p5-* package, or

    wiz authored
    are called p5-*.
    
    I hope that's all of them.
Commits on Jul 6, 2012
  1. Updating package for Perl 5 module File::pushd in devel/p5-File-pushd…

    sno authored
    … from
    
    1.001 to 1.002.
    
    Upstream changes:
    1.002     2011-12-07 11:40:26 EST5EDT
        [BUG FIXES]
        - Fix failures on cygwin [rt.cpan.org #73072 Reini Urban]
Commits on Nov 16, 2011
  1. Updating Perl5 module File::pushd in devel/p5-File-pushd from 1.00nb2 to

    sno authored
    1.001.
    
    Upstream changes:
    1.001     2011-09-14 22:49:56 America/New_York
        - updated docs to clarify that pushd() and tempd() croak on errors
        - if tempd() croaks, error appears at tempd()'s caller, not from within
          tempd() itself
        - warnings enabled if perl version >= 5.006
        - adds 'untaint_pattern' option with a passable default
Commits on Aug 13, 2011
  1. Revision bump after updating perl to 5.14.1

    adam authored
Commits on Aug 21, 2010
  1. Bump the PKGREVISION for all packages which depend directly on perl,

    seb authored
    to trigger/signal a rebuild for the transition 5.10.1 -> 5.12.1.
    
    The list of packages is computed by finding all packages which end
    up having either of PERL5_USE_PACKLIST, BUILDLINK_API_DEPENDS.perl,
    or PERL5_PACKLIST defined in their make setup (tested via
    "make show-vars VARNAMES=..."), minus the packages updated after
    the perl package update.
    
    sno@ was right after all, obache@ kindly asked and he@ led the
    way. Thanks!
Commits on Mar 1, 2009
  1. Adding perl module File::pushd ad dependency for the CPAN::Reporter.

    sno authored
    File::pushd does a temporary chdir that is easily and automatically reverted,
    similar to pushd in some Unix command shells. It works by creating an object
    that caches the original working directory. When the object is destroyed, the
    destructor calls chdir to revert to the original working directory. By storing
    the object in a lexical variable with a limited scope, this happens
    automatically at the end of the scope.
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