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From:
H.Merijn Brand
Date:
January 9, 2014 06:53
Subject:
Re: Perl 5.18.2 binary kits for OpenVMS available
Message ID:
20140109075345.4349238f@pc09.procura.nl
On Wed, 08 Jan 2014 19:20:34 -0600, "Craig A. Berry"
<craigberry@mac.com> wrote:

> Installation kits for OpenVMS Alpha and OpenVMS I64 v8.3 and later are available at:

Rats! you beat me! :)
HP-UX 11.31-64all is ready, 32bit almost done
HP-UX 11.23-64all is ready, 32bit almost done
HP-UX 11.11-64all is building the extra modules
HP-UX 11.00-64all is building the extra modules
HP-UX 10.20       is building the extra modules

They will be uploaded when ready

> <https://sourceforge.net/projects/vmsperlkit/files/>
> 
> The files are self-extracting archives and after downloading
> you must run them like so:
> 
>   $ run VMSPORTS-AXPVMS-PERL-V0518-2-1.SFX_AXPEXE
> 
> for Alpha, and:
> 
>   $ run VMSPORTS-I64VMS-PERL-V0518-2-1.SFX_I64EXE
> 
> for Itanium.  Then, on either platform:
> 
>   $ product install perl
> 
> and follow the usual installation prompts.
> 
> Have an appropriate amount of fun.  Anything related to these kits that turns out to be more fun than you can handle is probably best reported on the vmsperl mailing list.[1]
> 
> Changes in this release can be found via typing "perldoc perldelta" after installation, but note that the following item was inadvertently deleted from those release notes:
> 
>     The PERL_ENV_TABLES feature to control the population of %ENV at perl
>     start-up was broken in Perl 5.16.0 but has now been fixed.
> 
> 
> [1] <http://lists.perl.org/list/vmsperl.html>

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