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Thursday August 14, 2003
08:53 PM

Bricolage at the Forge

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Linux Journal "Toolbox at the Forge" columnist Reuven Lerner has published the first in a series of articles about Bricolage. This is a good, technically-oriented article that gets into the guts of Bricolage's data model and really shows off what a great database PostgreSQL is, too. So go read it!

--David

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  • Once again the old chestnut about hard to install perl applications comes up.

    Have you thought about making Bric installable via PAR? I hear there's a Mason PAR module being worked on, so it should be possible.

    Same argument goes for RT too.
    • Tuits. I gots ta have da tuits! Screw oil, we need to find new sources of tuits to handle the shortfall going forward into the future!

      Actually, sky [perl.org] has threatened to write a simpler installer for Bricolage, but I don't know how far he got or what is plan is/was. Also, Gerfried Fuchs (alfie at users dot sourceforge dot net) has said he'll create a Debian package, but I think that tuits are in short suppy in Austria, too!

      --David