> On 5/7/2014 16:10, Andrew DeFaria wrote:
>> Apologies if this has been asked before.
> Actually, I brought it up here yesterday, as a result of trying to help
> you with mod_perl alternatives:
> http://cygwin.com/ml/cygwin/2014-05/msg00113.html >
>> What the latest version of Perl
>> available for Cygwin. I see 5.14 but I know that 5.16 and 5.18 are out.
> 5.18.2 is in test. Run setup.exe, find perl on the Select Packages
> screen, then click the "5.14.4" until it says "5.18.2" instead.
> Beware, because it's "test", every time you run setup.exe again, you
> have to be careful to re-select it, or it will get downgraded to 5.14
I think the problem is that I'm using Cygwin 64bit but when I click on
5.14.4 is doesn't change. Perhaps 5.18.2 is only compiled for 32 bit?
On 5/7/2014 20:30, Andrew DeFaria wrote:
> Perhaps 5.18.2 is only compiled for 32 bit?
Perl 5.18 breaks binary module packages, which is why it's still in
test, waiting for those package maintainers to update their packages. I
don't know what the status of the binary module updates is, which would
tell us when we can expect Perl 5.18 to be pushed to curr.