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Journal of godoy (2167)

Friday June 21, 2002
09:20 AM

New RPMs for perl modules

[ #5835 ]

I've packaged some stuff lately. They are already available in Conectiva's snapshot.

perl-Curses

perl-Error

perl-Filter

perl-IO-Tty

perl-Jcode

perl-Lingua-Ispell

perl-Log-Dispatch

perl-Log-Dispatch-Config

perl-POE

perl-POE-Component-IRC

perl-POE-Component-Logger

The decision criteria for which modules to package was: I need it to put my bot up. The logging modules entered because Matts asked for his POE module to be packaged too.

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  • What are those packages for?

    I'm kinda curious, being the author of Lingua::Ispell.

    • My intent with then was having them running here to use my bot. :-)

      The RPMs were sent to Conectiva for distribution with their Linux version. It's easier to maintain RPM packages then perl modules. Specially when upgrading or migrating servers.

      With RPM all you have to do is to reinstall the same packages (or let the application's dependencies require them). With Perl you'd need to loop through all your possible used directories searching for packages. If you are the only user of the machine, that's easy
      --
      -- Godoy.