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I am accustomed to berrybrew on Windows where I can decide (and later see) if I want to install a 32 or 64 version of Perl. Moving to macOS and Perlbrew now, how can I get the info if my Perl installation is 32 or 64? Reason for my question: on my Mojave machine I got a message when running my script saying that I need to update to 64 bit as 32 will soon be deprecated my macOS. I do not remember to have explicitly installed 32, nor I can find any useful info with perl -v (different to Windows where I get this info). Thanks

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