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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I will run and package this for debian.
    • Awesome! That will make it a bit less dep-tastic for Debian users.

      • Might take a little while: Needs the following modules for which there are no debian packages available - Time::y2038 - autobox::Core - autobox::List::Util - autovivification - autobox::dump - CLASS - DateTime::Format::Epoch Some of those are easy to package (like CLASS), others might be a little harder. :)
        • Well, I packaged CLASS and uploaded it to the debian repos. There is some question if the ftpmasters will accept it, they don't like small packages and this one is not that large.

          It is in my personal repo however should anyone want to use that to download CLASS, here is the linke they should add to their sources.list:

          # Jeremiah Foster's deb repository:
          deb http://www.jeremiahfoster.com/apt [jeremiahfoster.com] sid main contrib non-free
          deb-src http://www.jeremiahfoster.com/apt [jeremiahfoster.com] sid main contrib non-free

          • If you make it clear to them that its a dependency of a more useful module I'd think that would sway them. Otherwise they're effectively rejecting perl5i.

            • Yeah. This is a known problem unfortunately. We have been down this road with Moose modules. They just have a hard and fast rule that the package has to be a $number SLOC, which is arbitrary I know.
  • I like option A. Because maybe I have some other top-level perl wrapper, so just having the wrapper doesn't make me feel all warm and fuzzy like. :)