[ic] IC on Gentoo Linux (basic questions)
emailgrant at gmail.com
Tue Sep 21 23:32:24 EDT 2004
> Grant wrote:
> > I would stay away from Bundle::Interchange if I were you. I'd rather
> > install all necessary perl modules as ebuilds. They are all in the
> > dev-perl category. A lot of them aren't in Portage, but the IC ebuild
> > and necessary perl module ebuilds are here:
> > http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=59148
> > You'll have to use them with PORTAGE_OVERLAY outlined here:
> > http://www.gentoo-wiki.com/HOWTO_Create_an_Updated_Ebuild
> Why should I do so? What are the advantages I get out of building
> ebuilds of each PM?
You don't have to create the ebuilds yourself. I think all the ones
you need are either available on Portage or posted in the bugs links
above. I'll know for sure soon.
I'd rather use a real package manager like Portage than use perl
commands to download modules from CPAN. With Portage you can easily
install and uninstall modules/packages as well as easily update them.
> > Interchange::Link is a mod_perl module that allows you to run
> > Interchange without /cgi-bin/catalogname in your URL. I love it.
> That sounds great but where do I get it and how do I use it? didn't find
> anything about it on search.cpan.org.
> Can you give an explanatory url?
I don't think Interchange::Link is in CPAN, but it's included in the
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