This fixes a bug I hit when installing Perl-Critic, which was actually down to PPI. Great!
I would recommmend that Perl-Critic be in beginners toolkits too, as it's very nice to just run this over your code and see if you may have done anything stupid.
It's so nice to see module authors working together with regard to releases, just look at the PPI changes for evidence.
I love the Perl community.
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