Subject: | Tiny POD errors |

There are a couple of tiny POD errors in the distribution, relating to including "->" in a C<> sequence. Patch attached.
Thanks.

Subject: | math-bigint-pod.diff |

diff -urN Math-BigInt-1.999813.orig/lib/Math/BigFloat.pm Math-BigInt-1.999813/lib/Math/BigFloat.pm
--- Math-BigInt-1.999813.orig/lib/Math/BigFloat.pm 2018-04-18 09:54:15.000000000 +0200
+++ Math-BigInt-1.999813/lib/Math/BigFloat.pm 2018-04-20 10:49:53.000000000 +0200
@@ -5133,7 +5133,7 @@
In scalar context, divides $x by $y and returns the result to the given or
default accuracy/precision. In list context, does floored division
(F-division), returning an integer $q and a remainder $r so that $x = $q * $y +
-$r. The remainer (modulo) is equal to what is returned by C<$x->bmod($y)>.
+$r. The remainer (modulo) is equal to what is returned by C<< $x->bmod($y) >>.
=item bmod()
diff -urN Math-BigInt-1.999813.orig/t/Math/BigInt/Lib/Minimal.pm Math-BigInt-1.999813/t/Math/BigInt/Lib/Minimal.pm
--- Math-BigInt-1.999813.orig/t/Math/BigInt/Lib/Minimal.pm 2018-03-08 15:37:03.000000000 +0100
+++ Math-BigInt-1.999813/t/Math/BigInt/Lib/Minimal.pm 2018-04-20 10:50:12.000000000 +0200
@@ -692,8 +692,8 @@
internally.
For instance, if the object $obj represents the hexadecimal number 0xabcde,
-then C<$obj->_rsft(2, 16)> returns an object representing the number 0xabc. The
-"remainer", 0xde, is discarded and not returned.
+then C<< $obj->_rsft(2, 16) >> returns an object representing the number 0xabc.
+The "remainer", 0xde, is discarded and not returned.
=item I<_lsft(OBJ, N, B)>