Nothing like a long hospital stay after a severe head injury to get caught up on some project work.

I've released version 1.26 of berrybrew.

See my blog post for more information, and an example of the new berrybrew virtual command.

Here's a summary of the new features:


Long version:

Side note... a request came in by a user to support previously installed Perls. Their developers use berrybrew, but all of their CI happens automatically on a locally installed Active State Perl. They wanted a way to be able to use Active State for their testing pipeline, without having to muck with path environment variables and such that would mess up the developer environment. With berrybrew use virtual_instance, the system Perl can be used for the CI runs without affecting the rest of the system.

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Re: berrybrew, the Perlbrew for Windows v1.26 released
by xiaoyafeng (Deacon) on Sep 09, 2019 at 02:51 UTC
    Thanks stevieb! and just be curious, what project work can make a severe head injury? ;)

    I am trying to improve my English skills, if you see a mistake please feel free to reply or /msg me a correction

      ...head-desking. Head-desking is a critical risk to all of us serious software engineers, architects and developers.

      If you haven't head-desk'd to the point of significant brain damage, just try programming something stable against the ever-changing and never-documented-properly APIs of the monopoly conglomerates for a year or so ;)