I'm doing a small compilation of perl versions included in distributions in the format:
Distribution | date | Perl version | date
RedHat Linux 7.1 (4/01) ?
RedHat Linux 7.2 (10/01) perl 5.6.0 (3/2000)
RedHat Linux 7.3 (5/02) perl 5.6.1 (4/01)
RedHat Linux 8.0 (9/02) perl 5.8 (7/02)
RedHat Linux 9.0 (5/03) perl 5.8
Is this information already somewhere I can get to ? Alternatively, If your OS is not listed here can you tell me what perl version came with it ? (release dates not as important as perl versions, and I'm using perl release dates listed in perlhist)
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