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Re^3: chef cpan cookbook

by Tux (Abbot)
on Mar 26, 2013 at 09:54 UTC ( #1025481=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: chef cpan cookbook
in thread chef cpan cookbook

These are just examples that I. use. There are more example here,

In your $HOME/.cpan/prefs you can hold .yml files that describe how cpan should act on the distributions describes in the YAML file, which includes answering questions asked by Makefile.PL or Build.PL. You can make sections specific for os, so these preferences can be shipped portable across OS's. These files can also refer to patches that you want to apply to the modules (for various reasons). These patches are usually stored in $HOME/.cpan/patches.

$ cat ~/.cpan/patches/XML-Twig.patch --- tools/xml_pp/xml_pp 2010-10-29 13:30:38.000000000 +0200 +++ tools/xml_pp/xml_pp 2010-10-29 13:30:49.000000000 +0200 @@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ my @styles= XML::Twig->_pretty_print_sty my $styles= join '|', @styles; # for usage my %styles= map { $_ => 1} @styles; # to check option -my $DEFAULT_STYLE= 'indented'; +my $DEFAULT_STYLE= 'indented_close_tag'; my $USAGE= "usage: $0 [-v] [-i<extension>] [-s ($styles)] [-p <tag(s) +>] [-e <encoding>] [-l] [-f <file>] [<files>]"; $ cat ~/.cpan/prefs/MIROD.XML-Twig.yml --- match: distribution: "^MIROD/XML-Twig-" pl: expect: - "Do you want to install 'xml_pp'" - "y\n" - "Do you want to install 'xml_grep'" - "y\n" - "Do you want to install 'xml_split'" - "y\n" - "Do you want to install 'xml_merge'" - "y\n" - "Do you want to install 'xml_spellcheck'" - "y\n" depends: requires: Test::Pod::Coverage: 0 patches: - "../../patches/XML-Twig.patch" $ cat ~/.cpan/prefs/NANIS.Crypt-SSLeay.yml --- match: distribution: "^(DLAND|NANIS)/Crypt-SSLeay-" perlconfig: osname: "linux" pl: eexpect: mode: anyorder talk: - "Which OpenSSL build path" - "\n" - "Which SSL install path" - "\n" - "Do you want to run the live tests" - "n\n" --- match: distribution: "^(DLAND|NANIS)/Crypt-SSLeay-" perlconfig: osname: "hpux" pl: eexpect: mode: anyorder talk: - "Which OpenSSL build path" - "\n" - "Which SSL install path" - "/usr/local/ssl\n" - "Do you want to run the live tests" - "n\n" $

Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn
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Re^4: chef cpan cookbook
by melezhik (Scribe) on Mar 26, 2013 at 12:31 UTC
    Well, it seems like automation, customizing for installations with cpan client. Useful information. Thank you.

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[ambrus]: LanX: why would I read it? isn't it a book for managers? I don't want to be a manager.
[ambrus]: I don't quote it either.
[erix]: it's really a software book, albeit about experiences from the 60s-80s. People haven't changed all that much though.
[erix]: a software project book, is probably more exact
[ambrus]: Yes, but I'm not managing software teams either.
[ambrus]: I'm not only not a restaurant manager, but also not a software manager.
[erix]: Peter's principle says it' sonly a matter of time ;)

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