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Allright. I got a few people supporting this idea and I'd like to say thanks.

The repository is located at: http://crazyinsomniac.perlmonk.org/perl/ppm. Depending on your version of PPM, you can add/use it by typing

ppm>set rep crazy http://crazyinsomniac.perlmonk.org/perl/ppm ppm>search *
or
ppm3>rep add crazy http://crazyinsomniac.perlmonk.org/perl/ppm ppm3>search *
As soon as I find out how ppm likes it, I'll structure the repository so I can keep multiple versions of modules if people request them.

So far I have 4 ( BerkeleyDB DBD-SQLite Compress-Bzip2 DB_File ) packages, so goan right ahead and play.

ps -- most of the stuff compiled/tested fine, but one or two had some warnings, but nothing to worry about ... if you're interested, I might even start adding Module-Version.report ~ basically an account of how thing went, from before perl Makefile.PL to buildppm).

 
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