.1 and .2 were on the same Centos 4 system, built with gcc 3. I've not yet built a local copy of .0, that was checked against the system perl on a SunOS box. I'll try to look into that soonish, and hope it's not bitten by the same compilation issues as 5.6.1 under gcc 3; one must munge the makefile
's to remove <built-in>
and <command line>
My original guess was something to do with locales, until I noticed that all of the CPANTS failures were 5.6.2 boxen.
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