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From:
Elaine -HFB- Ashton
Date:
July 3, 2001 13:04
Subject:
[ perl 5.6.1 ] CPAN.pm doc patch
Message ID:
20010703150423.C9787@chaos.wustl.edu
Just a slight adjustment to the text to make it a little bit more clear
that the $VERSION needs to have the '_' and not just the distribution name
itself.

e.

*** CPAN.pm.orig	Tue Jul  3 14:50:17 2001
--- CPAN.pm	Tue Jul  3 14:59:33 2001
***************
*** 6061,6074 ****
            everything else            Module or Author
  
  Modules know their associated Distribution objects. They always refer
  to the most recent official release. Developers may mark their releases
  as unstable development versions (by inserting an underbar into the
! visible version number), so the really hottest and newest distribution
! file is not always the default.  If a module Foo circulates on CPAN in
! both version 1.23 and 1.23_90, CPAN.pm offers a convenient way to
! install version 1.23 by saying
  
      install Foo
  
  This would install the complete distribution file (say
  BAR/Foo-1.23.tar.gz) with all accompanying material. But if you would
--- 6061,6075 ----
            everything else            Module or Author
  
  Modules know their associated Distribution objects. They always refer
  to the most recent official release. Developers may mark their releases
  as unstable development versions (by inserting an underbar into the
! module version number which will also be reflected in the distribution
! name when you run 'make dist'), so the really hottest and newest 
! distribution is not always the default.  If a module Foo circulates 
! on CPAN in both version 1.23 and 1.23_90, CPAN.pm offers a convenient 
! way to install version 1.23 by saying
  
      install Foo
  
  This would install the complete distribution file (say
  BAR/Foo-1.23.tar.gz) with all accompanying material. But if you would

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