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Re: Catalyst in EPEL 6



My organization handles all software deployments to our several dozen production systems through yum; whether it is in-house or third party software. It greatly eases update management for us.

We are seriously considering using Catalyst for a new webapp we will be developing soon and we want to be able to deploy it using the same mechanisms as all our other software. We could use CPAN, and we are prepared to go that route if we need to, but we would prefer to keep everything in RPMs. There are actually several deployment strategies I am investigating right now, this is just one of them.

On Aug 23, 2010, at 11:20 AM, Joshua J. Kugler wrote:

> On Saturday 21 August 2010, Edward Trochim elucidated thus:
>> Hello all,
>> 
>> Are there plans to bring the perl Catalyst framework to EPEL 6? The
>> runtime and many of the plugins are already in Fedora 12. I am
>> interested in providing any help that is needed; however, I have
>> never created any packages for either Fedora or EPEL.
> 
> Is there a preference to not simply install it from CPAN?  That would be 
> my choice: the packages would stay much more up to date, vs. the EPEL 
> update cycle.
> 
> Just wondering.
> 
> j
> 
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