I was away for fire evacuation during the last month, with the previous two months dedicated to other significant disasters spread across my life.
Looks to me that perlbrew changed back to a listing I'm familiar with in regards to the available command, and I have to say, it makes things like home.
pi@pi-test6:~ $ perlbrew available
This is apparently via a change recently, and this is what I have:
pi@pi-test6:~ $ perlbrew version
/home/pi/perl5/perlbrew/bin/perlbrew - App::perlbrew/0.84
Now that I'm getting back to normal life after a fsckn adventure I wish on nobody, I'd like to hear from the Windows users what features or changes you'd like in `berrybrew`. I have a lot to give back to, and a lot to give back for, but give me your input and I'll see what can be done.
For everyone, thanks for the love, and as always, tell me how I can fix my code to make life easier.
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