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Hello dragonchild , and thanks for your answer .

Additionally, if it ain't broke, why you trying to fix it?

A new app will be developped on this server . We don't want to start developpement with 5.0 .

You will have to reinstall the entire module base,

Is it not possible to have a second perl binary, with a different she bang and a different default @INC ? If i manage to have two perl binary (you never know) then i also want to have two different module librairies. This way existing application does not have to migrate, new application is 5.8 .

In the case they insist to have only one binary, i understant we should check code and tree for modules and reinstall them .
This meeting is a first, no one's in charge of nothing, and i will certainly listen to what the conservatives have to say. But if it starts with "we need to re-install solaris", then i don't know .

In reply to Re^2: Solaris, Perl 5.8 and use 5.005 by ZlR
in thread Solaris, Perl 5.8 and use 5.005 by ZlR

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