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2015-03-06 Anonymous Monk Re: How can you tell what Perl version was used to compile a module (ldd) Re:SoPW
2015-03-06 johnniestang How can you tell what Perl version was used to compile a module SoPW
2015-02-11 neuty Re^2: Can I re-use modules compiled with a different build of Perl, but with the same version number on the same machine? Re:SoPW
2015-02-11 neuty Re^2: Can I re-use modules compiled with a different build of Perl, but with the same version number on the same machine? Re:SoPW
2015-02-11 neuty Re^2: Can I re-use modules compiled with a different build of Perl, but with the same version number on the same machine? Re:SoPW
2015-02-02 rmcgowan Re: Can I re-use modules compiled with a different build of Perl, but with the same version number on the same machine? Re:SoPW
2015-02-02 MidLifeXis Re: Can I re-use modules compiled with a different build of Perl, but with the same version number on the same machine? Re:SoPW
2015-01-31 codiac Re: Can I re-use modules compiled with a different build of Perl, but with the same version number on the same machine? Re:SoPW
2015-01-30 trippledubs Re: Can I re-use modules compiled with a different build of Perl, but with the same version number on the same machine? Re:SoPW
2015-01-30 syphilis Re: Can I re-use modules compiled with a different build of Perl, but with the same version number on the same machine? Re:SoPW
2015-01-30 Anonymous Monk Re: Can I re-use modules compiled with a different build of Perl, but with the same version number on the same machine? Re:SoPW
2015-01-30 neuty Can I re-use modules compiled with a different build of Perl, but with the same version number on the same machine? SoPW
2014-12-11 fishmonger Re: Different perl versions as loadable kernel modules Re:SoPW
2014-12-11 Amblikai Different perl versions as loadable kernel modules SoPW
2014-11-11 Anonymous Monk Re: CPAN modules on old versions of perl? (cXXXpan) Re:Med
2014-08-15 Martin90 Re^4: Install CPAN module to another perl version Re:SoPW
2014-08-14 Anonymous Monk Re^3: Install CPAN module to another perl version Re:SoPW
2014-08-14 Martin90 Re^2: Install CPAN module to another perl version Re:SoPW
2014-08-14 Anonymous Monk Re: Install CPAN module to another perl version Re:SoPW
2014-08-14 Anonymous Monk Re: Install CPAN module to another perl version Re:SoPW
2014-08-14 Martin90 Install CPAN module to another perl version SoPW
2014-07-10 Anonymous Monk Re: modulino and $VERSION (all code in module , script as module ) Re:SoPW
2014-07-04 CountZero Re: Run-time equivalent of "use Module VERSION"? Re:SoPW
2014-07-04 LanX Re^2: Run-time equivalent of "use Module VERSION"? Re:SoPW
2014-07-04 DrHyde Re: Run-time equivalent of "use Module VERSION"? Re:SoPW
2014-07-04 McA Re: Run-time equivalent of "use Module VERSION"? Re:SoPW
2014-07-04 Corion Re: Run-time equivalent of "use Module VERSION"? Re:SoPW
2014-07-04 Anonymous Monk Run-time equivalent of "use Module VERSION"? SoPW
2014-06-25 sundialsvc4 Re: How can check whether new version of module is compatible with my code or not? Re:SoPW
2014-06-24 Laurent_R Re^2: How can check whether new version of module is compatible with my code or not? Re:SoPW
2014-06-24 Anonymous Monk Re: How can check whether new version of module is compatible with my code or not? Re:SoPW
2014-06-24 wjw Re: How can check whether new version of module is compatible with my code or not? Re:SoPW
2014-06-24 Your Mother Re: How can check whether new version of module is compatible with my code or not? Re:SoPW
2014-06-24 CountZero Re: How can check whether new version of module is compatible with my code or not? Re:SoPW
2014-06-24 Anonymous Monk Re: How can check whether new version of module is compatible with my code or not? (test suite) Re:SoPW
2014-06-24 littlemonk How can check whether new version of module is compatible with my code or not? SoPW
2014-06-11 DrHyde Re: Is maintaining multiple versions of a CPAN module a terrible idea? Re:SoPW
2014-06-09 tobyink Re^3: Is maintaining multiple versions of a CPAN module a terrible idea? Re:SoPW
2014-06-06 hippo Re^3: Is maintaining multiple versions of a CPAN module a terrible idea? Re:SoPW
2014-06-06 Arunbear Re^2: Is maintaining multiple versions of a CPAN module a terrible idea? Re:SoPW
2014-06-05 tobyink Re: Is maintaining multiple versions of a CPAN module a terrible idea? Re:SoPW
2014-06-05 tobyink Re^2: Is maintaining multiple versions of a CPAN module a terrible idea? Re:SoPW
2014-06-05 Your Mother Re: Is maintaining multiple versions of a CPAN module a terrible idea? Re:SoPW
2014-06-05 GrandFather Re: Is maintaining multiple versions of a CPAN module a terrible idea? Re:SoPW
2014-06-05 hippo Is maintaining multiple versions of a CPAN module a terrible idea? SoPW
2014-05-29 InfiniteSilence Re: How can we check whether latest version module is compatible with our code? Re:SoPW
2014-05-29 Laurent_R Re: How can we check whether latest version module is compatible with our code? Re:SoPW
2014-05-29 hippo Re: How can we check whether latest version module is compatible with our code? Re:SoPW
2014-05-29 Anonymous Monk Re: How can we check whether latest version module is compatible with our code? Re:SoPW
2014-05-29 NodeReaper Reaped: How can we check whether latest version module is compatible with our code? SoPW

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