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Re: How Do You Manage Your Perl Modules?

by choroba (Chancellor)
on Apr 16, 2013 at 21:24 UTC ( #1029019=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to How Do You Manage Your Perl Modules?

It depends. At work among developers, we use a local directory with different paths for different systems and architectures
/repo/Ubuntu/8.04/x86_64 /repo/Ubuntu/8.04/i686 /repo/Ubuntu/10.04/x86_64 /repo/Ubuntu/10.04/i686
etc. Each computer knows where to search for its libraries, and there is a special cpan wrapper that can install a package for all the combinations.

For shipping one application, we use darkpan on Linux, but cpan on Windows (Strawberry, previously PPM with ActiveState).

And so on.

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