The ChangeLog of Pod::Simple states:
2003-08-12 Sean M. Burke <email@example.com>
* Release 0.97
* Loooking goooooood. Not smelling so much like beta anymore!
* I think this might be the last version before I go
putting "use utf8" all over the place.
* Added placefolders for "=encoding" support. If you use
"=encoding", you'll get an error about "not yet implemented"
instead of "unknown directive".
2003-09-01 Sean M. Burke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Release 2.01
* Moved all version numbers up to 2.01 for reasons of Tibetan
* Implemented =encoding. Thanks a million to Jarkko, Autrijus,
Dan Kogai, and many others for their help, patience, and
We have a very useful tool called corelist available when installing Module::CoreList that helps you answer the next question:
$ corelist -a Pod::Simple
Pod::Simple was first released with perl v5.9.3
Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn
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