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authorEric Wong <e@80x24.org>2019-01-09 11:44:07 +0000
committerEric Wong <e@80x24.org>2019-01-09 11:44:44 +0000
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So yes, both "libdatetime-perl" and "libtimedate-perl" exist
in Debian.  We want the latter for the Date::Parse module.

(And the former pulls in THIRTY-SEVEN dependencies on a fresh
 sid chroot, ohg yrsgcnq vf abg bar bs gurz).
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@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ To accept incoming mail into a public inbox, you'll likely want:
 
 Beyond that, there is a long list of Perl modules required, starting with:
 
-* Date::Parse                   deb: libdatetime-perl
+* Date::Parse                   deb: libtimedate-perl
                                 rpm: perl-Time-ParseDate
 
 * Email::MIME                   deb: libemail-mime-perl