"Citrus Perl can re-package itself as a new distribution including your own modules."
Wow, this sounds tasty.
"Cava Packager allows packaging of applications written in Perl. Packaged applications can be distributed without the need for an installation of Perl on the target machine."
Is this "a bit similar" to having a CPAN mirror on my computer?
Is it possible, with perlall, to have different version on Perl installed ? Like a Strawberry v5.12, and a Citrus v5.16 ?
PS : i'm going out for two or three hours, will try to re-install v5.12.3 when i'm back.
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