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Created more than a year ago,
The project needs some version(s) to be marked as ignored
Comment: "ALT Linux p9" has "perl-FindBin-libs" at 2.1502. It's the only package with that kind of version number, and unfortunately repology considers it the newest. The upstream version today (2021/04/28) is 2.21.0. Please special-case ALT Linux's version numbering for this package. Thanks!
Repology reply: For the note, these are valid upstream versions from 2018. I've forced them outdated and ignored other incorrect patterns.