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Source code changes of the file "README.vms" between
perl-5.30.2.tar.xz and perl-5.30.3.tar.xz

About: Perl (Practical Extraction and Report Language) is a high-level, general-purpose, interpreted, dynamic programming language. Latest stable release.

README.vms  (perl-5.30.2.tar.xz):README.vms  (perl-5.30.3.tar.xz)
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If you want to include socket support, you'll need a TCP/IP stack and either If you want to include socket support, you'll need a TCP/IP stack and either
DEC C, or socket libraries. See the "Socket Support (optional)" topic DEC C, or socket libraries. See the "Socket Support (optional)" topic
for more details. for more details.
=head1 Unpacking the Perl source code =head1 Unpacking the Perl source code
You may need to set up a foreign symbol for the unpacking utility of You may need to set up a foreign symbol for the unpacking utility of
choice. Once you have done so, use a command like the following to choice. Once you have done so, use a command like the following to
unpack the archive: unpack the archive:
vmstar -xvf perl-5^.30^.2.tar vmstar -xvf perl-5^.30^.3.tar
Then set default to the top-level source directory like so: Then set default to the top-level source directory like so:
set default [.perl-5^.30^.2] set default [.perl-5^.30^.3]
and proceed with configuration as described in the next section. and proceed with configuration as described in the next section.
=head1 Configuring the Perl build =head1 Configuring the Perl build
To configure perl (a necessary first step), issue the command To configure perl (a necessary first step), issue the command
@configure.com @configure.com
from the top of an unpacked perl source directory. You will be asked a from the top of an unpacked perl source directory. You will be asked a
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