They look like the same docs up on cpan.org, 5.005_2. Those
really should be updated to 5.005_3.
I'd also like to see an additional section with the 5.6
docs, since that is the current "stable" release. While
web hosts aren't scrambling to upgrade to 5.6 and I'm not
ready to put it on any production servers, anyone starting
with Perl on Windows is going to be downloading 5.6 from
ActiveState. And there are several new tutorials in that
distro that are applicable to users of older versions.
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