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FWIW, I have 30 versions of perl from 5.8.8 to 5.17.0 installed. I tested Date::Manip on all 30 versions---all passed.
#!/usr/bin/perl BEGIN { $| = 1; $ENV{'DM6'} = 1; $ENV{'TI_MODE'} = 'inter'; } use strict; use autodie; use warnings FATAL => 'all'; use CPAN; use Test::Inter; use Date::Manip; my $t = new Test::Inter; $t->feature( print "Perl: $]\n" ); $t->feature( print "OS: $^O\n" ); if ( $Test::Inter::VERSION eq 1.03 ) { $t->feature( print "Test::Inter: ", $Test::Inter::VERSION, "\n"); } if ( $Date::Manip::VERSION eq 6.32 ) { $t->feature( print "Date::Manip: ", $Date::Manip::VERSION, "\n"); $t->feature(print Date::Manip::ParseDateString("10:20"), "\n"); } else { CPAN::Shell->install( Task::DualLived Test::Inter Date::Manip)); }

In reply to Re: 5.16 vs Date::Manip by Khen1950fx
in thread 5.16 vs Date::Manip by ChrisDennis

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