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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I would like to see several add-ons to Strawberry Perl, both probably on the Strawberry web site:

    1) List of modules or external libraries included in the Strawberry Perl releases. I guess it is somewhere listed on Perl::Dist::Strawberry [cpan.org] but it would be nicer to have a page with list and links to sources and documentations.
    I guess if this info is kept in a yaml file or similar in the PDS itself then it's easy to extract and display.

    2) What can be installed A list of modules that can be installed on Strawberry Perl. I think a list of all the modules that have a PASS-ing report on cpantesters would be great. So I guess the CPAN Testers need to be able to extract the exact Perl version (including the fact it is Strawberry Perl 5.10.0.3 or whatever) from the test reports and then create a page on the CPAN Testers site.

    3) Online download stats. It would be nice to have online statistics about downloads of Strawberry Perl and the modules from its CPAN mirror similar to what sourceforge has about parrotwin32 [sourceforge.net]

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