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Re^4: json return value (corelist)

by Anonymous Monk
on Jul 11, 2013 at 09:47 UTC ( #1043674=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


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$ corelist -a JSON::PP Data for 2013-05-20 JSON::PP was first released with perl v5.13.9 v5.13.9 2.27103 v5.13.10 2.27103 v5.13.10 2.27103 v5.13.11 2.27105 v5.14.0 2.27105 v5.14.1 2.27105 v5.14.2 2.27105 v5.14.3 2.27105 v5.14.4 2.27105 v5.15.0 2.27200 v5.15.1 2.27200 v5.15.2 2.27200 v5.15.3 2.27200 v5.15.4 2.27200 v5.15.5 2.27200 v5.15.6 2.27200 v5.15.7 2.27200 v5.15.8 2.27200 v5.15.9 2.27200 v5.16.0 2.27200 v5.16.1 2.27200 v5.16.2 2.27200 v5.16.3 2.27200 v5.17.0 2.27200 v5.17.1 2.27200 v5.17.2 2.27200 v5.17.3 2.27200 v5.17.4 2.27200 v5.17.5 2.27200 v5.17.6 2.27200 v5.17.7 2.27200 v5.17.8 2.27200 v5.17.9 2.27200 v5.17.10 2.27202 v5.17.10 2.27202 v5.17.11 2.27202 v5.18.0 2.27202 v5.19.0 2.27202

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Re^5: json return value (corelist)
by marto (Bishop) on Jul 11, 2013 at 09:53 UTC

    Thanks. I was just about to post a reply, I've installed 5.18 and see that JSON::PP is installed. Am I missing something or should this be listed on the core modules section of http://perldoc.perl.org?

      Am I missing something or should this be listed on the core modules section of http://perldoc.perl.org?

      I don't think you're missing anything, it should.

      perldoc.perl.org has a bunch of bugs, like including formatting codes (bold/italic) in anchors, not creating anchors for h4 like it does for h1/h2/h3 (ex http://perldoc.perl.org/perlre.html#Which-character-set-modifier-is-in-effect%3f )

      And the maintainers website is down, but 5.18 upload is recent -- go figure

      Speaking of these things, http://search.cpan.org/dist/perl-5.18.0/MANIFEST lists JSON/PP.pm but none of those cpan modules get a pod link -- seems like a similar root cause :)

        Phew, so I'm not going mad. Thank you. Hopefully I'll get a change to look at this later tonight and raise the issue with the maintainers. Thanks again.

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