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Stuff with the Perl Foundation. A couple of patches in the Perl core. A few CPAN modules. That about sums it up.

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Sunday November 27, 2005
03:03 PM

Where's Class::Trait?

[ #27756 ]

For whatever reason, Class::Trait 0.20 is taking a rather long time to show up on the CPAN. Thus, I've made it available at my Web site.

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  • On the Catalyst mailing list, sri said something about a broken harddisk in the central server. Apparently Sun are going to replace it on Monday.

    • Thanks for the heads up! I was wondering what was going on.

    • Is there a PPM repository that has Class::Trait somewhere?
      • I don't know of one. When I used to work under Windows, I did have a bit of success getting CPAN working. I think the major obstacle to using CPAN (and possibly CPANPLUS) for most folks has been PPM. PPM seems so easy to use that using something else almost seems foreign (if I needed anything compiled I fell back on PPM).

        Also, any reasonable program on Windows which can "unzip" a file should be able to open the tarball. Then it's just a simple matter of:

        perl Build.PL
        perl Build
        perl Build test
        perl Bui