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Revision history for Perl-Dist-APPerl
v0.3.0  2023-01-29
        Added running scripts from APPERL_SCRIPTNAME environment
        Added setting fallback script to run if argv[0] script
        execution fails, set `default_script` in your config
        Added installing CPAN distributions from tarball or directory
        on disk via "install_modules" in project config.
        full, small, and vista variant configs:
          Removed version from privlib archlib sitelib sitearch
          Updated Cosmopolitan source
          Updated Perl source
        Added dbg config: gdb not working for me, YYMV
        Better support --ftrace by outputting .com.dbg instead of elf
        Updated docs with new info.

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