[ic] Easier way to install CPAN module dependencies
peter at pajamian.dhs.org
Thu Jul 7 01:37:11 UTC 2016
On 07/07/16 10:48, Josh Lavin wrote:
> One is how to get all the CPAN modules installed. Typically this is done
> with Bundle::Interchange. `make install` will even attempt this
> installtion for you, but it is pretty cumbersome, in today's world of
> great tools like "cpanm".
> A more modern way to get this done would be to use cpanfile or Carton,
> or even Makefile.PL and then instruct users to simply run
> `cpanm --installdeps .`
> (and of course, let them know they should install cpanm first, which is
> the popular choice for CPAN installs today).
There should be a way to use make or cpanm to install the additional
kitchensink modules as well if we're going to recommend this route.
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