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This site tracks bugs in every distribution released through CPAN. All bug reports are publicly visible on this site. If a distribution tracks it's bugs elsewhere, that will also be noted on the pages for that distribution here.

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Send email to the distribution email address (see above) with a tag like the following somewhere in the Subject: [ #NNNNN]. Replace NNNNN with the existing bug number.

... report a bug in perl itself?

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