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I've released berrybrew version 1.13.

The most notable change is the addition of the register command, which allows you to copy/move existing Strawberry Perl portable editions from your local/remote systems and have them operate as custom instances within berrybrew. Before registering a new instance:

> berrybrew available The following Strawberry Perls are available: 5.26.0_64 5.26.0_64_PDL 5.26.0_32 5.24.1_64 [installed] * 5.24.1_64_PDL 5.24.1_32 5.22.3_64 5.22.3_64_PDL 5.22.3_32 5.20.3_64 5.20.3_64_PDL 5.20.3_32 5.18.4_64 5.18.4_32 5.16.3_64 5.16.3_32 5.14.4_64 5.14.4_32 5.12.3_32 5.10.1_32 5.8.9_32 * Currently using

Now, copy your new instance into the instance directory (by default c:/berrybrew), then register it. I've used new_instance as the example instance directory in this case:

> berrybrew register new_instance > berrybrew available The following Strawberry Perls are available: 5.26.0_64 5.26.0_64_PDL 5.26.0_32 5.24.1_64 [installed] * 5.24.1_64_PDL 5.24.1_32 5.22.3_64 5.22.3_64_PDL 5.22.3_32 5.20.3_64 5.20.3_64_PDL 5.20.3_32 5.18.4_64 5.18.4_32 5.16.3_64 5.16.3_32 5.14.4_64 5.14.4_32 5.12.3_32 5.10.1_32 5.8.9_32 new_instance [custom] [installed] * Currently using

That instance can now be used under berrybrew.

Other notable changes:

  • pryrt sent in a very large pull request that did a sweeping overhaul on the unit test framework which makes it much more flexible and reliable (thanks!)
  • added new exception handling for certain edge cases
  • documentation updates
  • closing of several minor issues

Here's the full list of available commands:

> berrybrew berrybrew <command> [subcommand] [option] available List available Strawberry Perl versions and which are +installed clean * Remove all temporary berrybrew files clone Make a complete copy of a Perl installation config Add berrybrew to your PATH exec * Run a command for every installed Strawberry Perl fetch Update the list of Strawberry Perl instances available install Download, extract and install a Strawberry Perl off Disable berrybrew perls (use 'switch' to re-enable) register Manually register a custom installation directory remove Uninstall a Strawberry Perl switch Switch to use a different Strawberry Perl unconfig Remove berrybrew from PATH upgrade Performs a safe upgrade. Requires Git installed help Display this help screen license Show berrybrew license version Displays the version * - view subcommand details with 'berrybrew <command> help'

In reply to berrybrew, the Perlbrew for Windows v1.13 released by stevieb

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