I'm aware of following options:
- to the system via CPAN shell (own code in special checkout folder, own distributions by hand)
- CPAN::Mini::Inject - creating DarkPAN, then using CPAN shell
- to the system via OS packages (packages of non-public stuff needs to be created)
- whole Perl to a special dedicated folder (with help of perlbrew)
- having the whole codebase in VC repository and doing checkouts or rsync
- PAR/Shipwright to create an executable that contains "everything"
- one NFS share for lib
Any other clever option? Any complete solution? Any successful stories how to manage huge codebases
on a lot of servers?
Let's explain why I'm asking - I'm collecting the real world solution for my talk on YAPC::EU::2011. I don't want to miss some important or clever solutions.
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