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Upgraded from perl 5.12.3 to 5.12.4 need to upgrade perl modules...

The modules I installed myself through cpan for perl 5.12.3 no longer work for 5.12.4, although they are still present in the site_perl/5.12.3 directory.

I need an efficient way to find out exactly all the third party modules I installed for 5.12.3 and reinstall them for 5.12.4, is there some trick to do this?
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On May 16, 11:29=A0am, piscesboy <oraclmas...@gmail.com> wrote:
> is there some trick to do this?

perllocal.pod?

You should find it under .../lib/5.12.3/<arch>

Or smthg like that. Use find.
Marc
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