perl 5.32.0-3 installed during this update introduces a typo in the file
/etc/profile.d/perlbin.sh, namely that it calls upon a shell function named
append_path. However, the proper name for the shell function ─ which is itself defined in
/etc/profile ─ should be
appendpath, without an underscore.
The typo introduces spurious error messages when a new login session is opened, in the form of…
-bash: append_path: command not found -bash: append_path: command not found -bash: append_path: command not found
For the user, the problem is easily remedied by editing
/etc/profile.d/perlbin.sh and removing the underscore in the function name. However, it’s an ugliness that may have consequences for when the function should indeed be called upon, and then fails because it is called by the wrong name.