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It seems that Net::Domain::TLD has changed its API. The Net::Domain::TLD->new->All line throws an error. I solved it replacing that line by:
my my @all_tlds = Net::Domain::TLD::tlds; for my $tld ( sort @all_tlds ) {
And the output at the time of writing is:
.cd 66.113.70.101
.mp 66.135.225.102
.museum 195.7.77.20
.nu 62.4.64.119
.nu 69.25.75.72
.nu 212.181.91.6
.ph 203.167.64.64
.pw 69.20.61.189
.so 127.0.0.3
.st 195.178.186.40
.tk 195.20.32.77
.tk 195.20.32.78
.vg 66.113.70.101
.ws 216.35.187.251
Hugo

In reply to Re: tldwild - display TLDs that employ DNS wildcards by huguei
in thread tldwild - display TLDs that employ DNS wildcards by grinder

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