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I just installed it, and it came with these stray test files
C:/perl/5.11.1/lib/Devel/DProf/test1_v C:/perl/5.11.1/lib/Devel/DProf/test2_t C:/perl/5.11.1/lib/Devel/DProf/test2_v C:/perl/5.11.1/lib/Devel/DProf/test3_t C:/perl/5.11.1/lib/Devel/DProf/test3_v C:/perl/5.11.1/lib/Devel/DProf/test4_t C:/perl/5.11.1/lib/Devel/DProf/test4_v C:/perl/5.11.1/lib/Devel/DProf/test5_t C:/perl/5.11.1/lib/Devel/DProf/test5_v C:/perl/5.11.1/lib/Devel/DProf/test6_t C:/perl/5.11.1/lib/Devel/DProf/test6_v C:/perl/5.11.1/lib/Devel/DProf/test7_t C:/perl/5.11.1/lib/Devel/DProf/test7_v C:/perl/5.11.1/lib/Devel/DProf/test8_t C:/perl/5.11.1/lib/Devel/DProf/test8_v

In reply to Re^2: Perl 5.11.1 released by Anonymous Monk
in thread Perl 5.11.1 released by xdg

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