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Subject: fix typo in documentation
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Hello, While updating the package in Debian we found a typo in the documentation. The patch we are using to fix it is attached. Thank you
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--- a/XS.pm +++ b/XS.pm @@ -1610,7 +1610,7 @@ C<JSON::XS> uses the L<Types::Serialiser> module to provide boolean constants. That means that the JSON true and false values will be -comaptible to true and false values of iother modules that do the same, +compatible to true and false values of iother modules that do the same, such as L<JSON::PP> and L<CBOR::XS>.


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