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

    wiz committed Oct 3, 2012
    are called p5-*.
    I hope that's all of them.
Commits on Dec 9, 2011
  1. Update p5-pip to 1.19.

    hiramatsu committed Dec 9, 2011
    Changes from previous:
    1.19 Mon 10 May 2010 - Adam Kennedy
    	- Adding abstracts to ::API and ::FAQ
    	- Update Module::Install to 1.00
Commits on Aug 14, 2011
  1. Revision bump after updating perl5 to 5.14.1.

    obache committed Aug 14, 2011
Commits on Sep 14, 2010
  1. Updating devel/p5-pip from 1.16nb1 to 1.18

    sno committed Sep 14, 2010
    pkgsrc changes:
    - adjust dependencies (partial reordered)
    Upstream changes:
    1.18 Mon 10 May 2010 - Adam Kennedy
    	- POD typo fix to keep the Debian nazis happy :)
    1.17 Mon 10 May 2010
    	- Updating to Module::Install 0.95
    	- Bundling newer author tests
    	- Removing a three-argument open that some overzealous external
    	  contributor added.
    	- Added support for the .tgz extension, behaving the same as .tar.gz
    	- Added support for github tarball URLs in the format
Commits on Aug 21, 2010
  1. Bump the PKGREVISION for all packages which depend directly on perl,

    seb committed Aug 21, 2010
    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 Jan 16, 2010
  1. Importing devel/p5-pip 1.16 as dependency of import of Perl Application

    sno committed Jan 16, 2010
    Development and Refactoring Environment.
    The pip ("Perl Installation Program") console application is used to install
    Perl distributions in a wide variety of formats, both from CPAN and from
    external third-party locations, while supporting module dependencies that go
    across the boundary from third-party to CPAN.
    Using pip you can install CPAN modules, arbitrary tarballs from both the
    local file-system or across the internet from arbitrary URIs.
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