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Details of dev-lang/perl:

Description: Larry Wall's Practical Extraction and Report Language
Homepage:
https://www.perl.org/

available versions:

releasesalphaamd64armhppaia64mipsppcppc64ppc macoss390shsparcx86USE-Flagsdependenciesebuild warnings
perl-5.30.1 +++++~++-++++berkdb
debug
doc
gdbm
ithreads
show
UPDATE THE PERL MODULES:
After updating dev-lang/perl the installed Perl modules
have to be re-installed. In most cases, this is done automatically
by the package manager, but subsequent steps are still recommended
to ensure system consistency.
You should start with a depclean to remove any unused perl dependencies
that may confuse portage in future. Regular depcleans are also encouraged
as part of your regular update cycle, as that will keep perl upgrades working.
Recommended: emerge --depclean -va
You should then call perl-cleaner to clean up any old files and trigger any
remaining rebuilds portage may have missed.
Use: perl-cleaner --all
TOGGLED USE-FLAGS WARNING:
You changed one of the use-flags ithreads or debug.
You must rebuild all perl-modules installed.
Use: perl-cleaner --modules ; perl-cleaner --force --libperl
You must reinstall ${pkg} !
${i} does not exist!
${i} does not exist!
Perl will not be built with berkdb support, use gcc if you needed it...
local -a EXTRA_ECONF=(${EXTRA_ECONF})
Test fails with a sandbox error (#328793) if run as root. Skipping tests...
show
perl-5.28.2-r1 +++~+~++-++++berkdb
debug
doc
gdbm
ithreads
show
UPDATE THE PERL MODULES:
After updating dev-lang/perl the installed Perl modules
have to be re-installed. In most cases, this is done automatically
by the package manager, but subsequent steps are still recommended
to ensure system consistency.
You should start with a depclean to remove any unused perl dependencies
that may confuse portage in future. Regular depcleans are also encouraged
as part of your regular update cycle, as that will keep perl upgrades working.
Recommended: emerge --depclean -va
You should then call perl-cleaner to clean up any old files and trigger any
remaining rebuilds portage may have missed.
Use: perl-cleaner --all
TOGGLED USE-FLAGS WARNING:
You changed one of the use-flags ithreads or debug.
You must rebuild all perl-modules installed.
Use: perl-cleaner --modules ; perl-cleaner --force --libperl
You must reinstall ${pkg} !
${i} does not exist!
${i} does not exist!
Perl will not be built with berkdb support, use gcc if you needed it...
local -a EXTRA_ECONF=(${EXTRA_ECONF})
Test fails with a sandbox error (#328793) if run as root. Skipping tests...
show
perl-5.26.2 +++++~++-++++berkdb
debug
doc
gdbm
ithreads
show
UPDATE THE PERL MODULES:
After updating dev-lang/perl the installed Perl modules
have to be re-installed. In most cases, this is done automatically
by the package manager, but subsequent steps are still recommended
to ensure system consistency.
You should start with a depclean to remove any unused perl dependencies
that may confuse portage in future. Regular depcleans are also encouraged
as part of your regular update cycle, as that will keep perl upgrades working.
Recommended: emerge --depclean -va
You should then call perl-cleaner to clean up any old files and trigger any
remaining rebuilds portage may have missed.
Use: perl-cleaner --all
TOGGLED USE-FLAGS WARNING:
You changed one of the use-flags ithreads or debug.
You must rebuild all perl-modules installed.
Use: perl-cleaner --modules ; perl-cleaner --force --libperl
You must reinstall ${pkg} !
${i} does not exist!
${i} does not exist!
Perl will not be built with berkdb support, use gcc if you needed it...
local -a EXTRA_ECONF=(${EXTRA_ECONF})
Test fails with a sandbox error (#328793) if run as root. Skipping tests...
show
perl-5.24.4 ~~~~~~~~-~~~~berkdb
debug
doc
gdbm
ithreads
show
UPDATE THE PERL MODULES:
After updating dev-lang/perl the installed Perl modules
have to be re-installed. In most cases, this is done automatically
by the package manager, but subsequent steps are still recommended
to ensure system consistency.
You should start with a depclean to remove any unused perl dependencies
that may confuse portage in future. Regular depcleans are also encouraged
as part of your regular update cycle, as that will keep perl upgrades working.
Recommended: emerge --depclean -va
You should then call perl-cleaner to clean up any old files and trigger any
remaining rebuilds portage may have missed.
Use: perl-cleaner --all
TOGGLED USE-FLAGS WARNING:
You changed one of the use-flags ithreads or debug.
You must rebuild all perl-modules installed.
Use: perl-cleaner --modules ; perl-cleaner --force --libperl
You must reinstall ${pkg} !
${i} does not exist!
${i} does not exist!
Perl will not be built with berkdb support, use gcc if you needed it...
local -a EXTRA_ECONF=(${EXTRA_ECONF})
Test fails with a sandbox error (#328793) if run as root. Skipping tests...
show
perl-5.24.3-r1 +++++~++-++++berkdb
debug
doc
gdbm
ithreads
show
UPDATE THE PERL MODULES:
After updating dev-lang/perl the installed Perl modules
have to be re-installed. In most cases, this is done automatically
by the package manager, but subsequent steps are still recommended
to ensure system consistency.
You should start with a depclean to remove any unused perl dependencies
that may confuse portage in future. Regular depcleans are also encouraged
as part of your regular update cycle, as that will keep perl upgrades working.
Recommended: emerge --depclean -va
You should then call perl-cleaner to clean up any old files and trigger any
remaining rebuilds portage may have missed.
Use: perl-cleaner --all
TOGGLED USE-FLAGS WARNING:
You changed one of the use-flags ithreads or debug.
You must rebuild all perl-modules installed.
Use: perl-cleaner --modules ; perl-cleaner --force --libperl
You must reinstall ${pkg} !
${i} does not exist!
${i} does not exist!
Perl will not be built with berkdb support, use gcc if you needed it...
local -a EXTRA_ECONF=(${EXTRA_ECONF})
Test fails with a sandbox error (#328793) if run as root. Skipping tests...
show
Legend:
+ stable
~ testing
- not available
some ebuild warning depend on specific use-flags or architectures, all ebuild-warnings are shown.


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