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-=| Mark A. Stratman, Sat, Mar 26, 2011 at 12:13:09PM -0500 |=-
Can somebody briefly explain the criteria for appending a '+patches' to
the Perl version? e.g. as far as I can tell, every Debian perl
package has patches (from looking at the debian package Changelog
files), but only one is flagged as such.
Huh? Where do you see that?

According to http://packages.qa.debian.org/perl the available versions
of the 'perl' package are:
5.10.0-19lenny3 lenny (currently oldstable)
5.10.1-17 squeeze (currently stable)
5.10.1-18 wheezy (currently testing) and sid (alias unstable)
5.12.3-2 (experimental)

Looking at the output of 'perl -V' (on all versions above) brings no
matches of '+patches'.

By the way, the list of patches applied to the 'perl' package is
available at http://patch-tracker.debian.org/package/perl

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