I'm doing some market research for Stratopan. I'd like to know how people manage the upgrade and deployment of CPAN modules. Some of the choices I see are:
- Install from a local mini CPAN
- Vendor packages (RPM, PPM, Debian Pkgs)
- Install directly from public CPAN
- Stash the tarballs from CPAN in version control
- Build the modules directly into our source tree
- Use carton and/or cpanfile
- Don't use any CPAN modules
- Never upgrade any CPAN modules
Aside just helping me, I think this poll would shed some light on how CPAN modules are handled in the wild, which could lead to some insights on how to improve the toolchain
I'd really appreciate if you all would consider running this poll in the near future. Thanks for your time
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