Jesse Vincent writes:
CPUs. Cayce Pollard Units. That's what Damien calls the clothing
she wears. CPUs are either black, white, or gray, and ideally
seem to have come into this world without human intervention.
What people take for relentless minimalism is a side effect
of too much exposure to the reactor-cores of fashion. This
has resulted in a remorseless paring-down of what she can and
will wear. She is, literally, allergic to fashion. She can
only tolerate things that could have been worn, to a general
lack of comment, during any year between 1945 and 2000. She's a
design-free zone, a one-woman school of and whose very austerity
periodically threatens to spawn its own cult.
-- William Gibson, /Pattern Recognition/
It gives me great pleasure to announce Perl 5.12.2, the third stable
release of Perl 5.12.
Shortly, you will be able to download Perl 5.12.2 from your favorite
CPAN mirror or from: http://search.cpan.org/~jesse/perl-5.12.2/
SHA1 digests for this release are:
This release contains minor bug fixes and updates of several core modules,
as well as minor documentation updates. It should be fully backward
compatible with Perl 5.12.0 and 5.12.1.
Perl 5.12.2 is a recommended upgrade for all users of Perl 5.12.
You can find a full list of changes in the file "perl5122delta.pod"
located in the "pod" directory inside the release and on the web at:
Read the full post on perl5-porters
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