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I've just uploaded the first release candidate for Perl 5.12.2 to PAUSE. Shortly, you should be able to find it at:

http://search.cpan.org/dist/perl-5.12.2-RC1/

SHA1 sums for this release are:

d77be49a073807c04a8701d643ea307c41808a3c perl-5.12.2-RC1.tar.bz2 5d04e518b8aef98e30d3f16f984b402701e9b608 perl-5.12.2-RC1.tar.gz

It's very important that you test this release with any software written in Perl which you use or maintain. If no "showstopper" class bugs are found in the next few days, we will release a virtually identical tarball as Perl 5.12.2.

Best,
Jesse

Now is your time to test 5.12.2. Testing this release candidate is an easy and valuable contribution to Perl. Don't wait till 5.12.2 is released - any bugs found after (instead of before) a release hurts Perl.

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