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From: "J.A." <HEBLACK@...>
Subject: Re: perl-5.8.8
Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2006 22:01:21 -0800
Michael Cummings wrote:
> if you are running 5.8.8, i'd strongly encourage you to sync up later today 
> and emerge 5.8.8-r1. Over the course of the last few months, there have been 
> small changes (nothing significant), but today I added in the patch to fix 
> XS/c++ compilation problems (try emerging wxperl, graphviz, etc., without 
> it ;). Just wanted to give a heads up, and to get some kind of traffic going 
> on this list again :)
> 
> ~mcummings
Sorry if this is a dumb question but i will ask it:

5.8.8-r1 --- does it have documented problems executing inside C++

.If i could use perl inside my cross-platform C++ programming that would 
be nice since most cheap servers run perl these days. Correct me if i am 
wrong.

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