[CentOS] scripting CPAN installs
ruprich at uikt.mendelu.cz
Fri Apr 16 13:32:56 UTC 2010
Sorry, sent too soon.
As for your problem with not knowing if the module was succesfully
installed... i went around by trying use/require and printing version
after each install.
Fri, Apr 16, 2010 ve 03:26:16PM +0200, Tomas Ruprich napsal:
> i don't know exactly if this would be usable for yourself, but very nice
> feature for our purposes is autobundling, see for example:
> As for RPMs, it could be sometimes problem with versions. RPMs aren't
> often the most recent versions of modules and resolving RPM dependencies
> could sometimes overwrite the most uptodate versions (which you need) by
> slightly older which may not be applicable. But this really depends...
> Thu, Apr 15, 2010 ve 04:23:32PM -0400, Alan McKay napsal:
> > Hey folks,
> > Maybe there is a Perl/CPAN list that is a better place to ask this?
> > If so, maybe someone can point me to it.
> > Anyway, I want to be able to script the installation of a bunch of
> > CPAN modules, and the first basic problem I am coming up against is
> > that the "cpan" command seems to always return 0 regardless of whether
> > or not the install completed.
> > Google does not bring up a whole lot of help for me here, but I have
> > to think this problem has already been solved.
> > Thanks for any guidance you can give.
> > -Alan
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