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From:
Dan Kogai
Date:
February 11, 2018 05:51
Subject:
[Encode] 2.96 released!
Message ID:
91B5AF76-ACD9-4600-A167-76A4F7AB4644@dan.co.jp
Porters,

Just VERSION++’ed Encode.  It's identical to 2.95 except the versions of {Encode,encoding,Unicode/Unicode}.pm . VERSION++ was needed to make bleadperl happy.

On Feb 9, 2018, at 2:53, Steve Hay via perl5-porters <perl5-porters@perl.org> wrote:
> In the past when this has happened Dan has kindly rolled out a new
> version with the appropriate $VERSIONs ++'ed.
> 
> Please can you do that for us again, Dan? It should work fine in blead
> with no customizations if you make a 2.96 in which Unicode.pm and
> encoding.pm have their $VERSIONs ++'ed (and Encode.pm too, of course,
> since it will be a new CPAN release).
> 
> (The idea here is simply that in each release of blead there should be
> a $VERSION bump in each .pm file that is changed (or for which the
> corresponding .xs file is changed) in that release, which seems quite
> reasonable to me.)

=head1 Availability

* git clone git://github.com/dankogai/p5-encode.git
* https://www.dan.co.jp/~dankogai/cpan/Encode-2.96.tar.gz
* CPAN near you.

Travis is all green.

* https://travis-ci.org/dankogai/p5-encode

=head1 CPAN index

User: DANKOGAI ()
Distribution file: Encode-2.96.tar.gz
Number of files: 224
*.pm files: 26
README: Encode-2.96/README
META-File: Encode-2.96/META.json
META-Parser: Parse::CPAN::Meta 1.4414
META-driven index: no
Timestamp of file: Sun Feb 11 05:41:37 2018 UTC
Time of this run: Sun Feb 11 05:44:13 2018 UTC

=head1 Changes

$Revision: 2.96 $ $Date: 2018/02/11 05:35:26 $
! Encode.pm encoding.pm Unicode/Unicode.pm
 VERSION++ to make bleadperl happy
 <CADED=K4v5WQ3R7+aTu1xV4q2RcZFT=jriZubqfrHe7PZrgRmDA@mail.gmail.com>

=head1 AUTHOR

Dan the Encode Maintainer

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