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[PATCH pod/perlapi.pod] left over from C<make regen_headers>

From:
Robin Barker
Date:
February 13, 2008 01:30
Subject:
[PATCH pod/perlapi.pod] left over from C<make regen_headers>
Message ID:
46A0F33545E63740BC7563DE59CA9C6D093A33@exchsvr2.npl.ad.local
I ran C<make regen_headers> and pod/perlapi.pod changed, patch attached. Robin Barker



--- ../perl-current/pod/perlapi.pod	2008-02-08 11:16:36.000000000 +0000

+++ ./pod/perlapi.pod	

@@ -2413,7 +2413,7 @@

 does not have to be fbm_compiled, but the search will not be as fast

 then.

 

-	char*	fbm_instr(unsigned char* big, unsigned char* bigend, SV* littlesv, U32 flags)

+	char*	fbm_instr(unsigned char* big, unsigned char* bigend, SV* littlestr, U32 flags)

 

 =for hackers

 Found in file util.c

@@ -2524,7 +2524,7 @@

 should be interpreted as if it had multiple decimals, even if

 it doesn't.

 

-	const char*	scan_version(const char *vstr, SV *sv, bool qv)

+	const char*	scan_version(const char *s, SV *rv, bool qv)

 

 =for hackers

 Found in file util.c

@@ -2665,7 +2665,7 @@

 Version object aware cmp.  Both operands must already have been 

 converted into version objects.

 

-	int	vcmp(SV *lvs, SV *rvs)

+	int	vcmp(SV *lhv, SV *rhv)

 

 =for hackers

 Found in file util.c

 <<perlapi_regen.patch>> 



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