[Catalyst] Installing Catalyst in a hosting enviroment
Christopher H. Laco
claco at chrislaco.com
Wed Apr 26 20:03:32 CEST 2006
Bill Moseley wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 26, 2006 at 05:24:06PM +0100, Chisel Wright wrote:
>> On Wed, Apr 26, 2006 at 05:29:52PM +0200, Gianmaria wrote:
>>> i'm starting to develop a new website and i'd like to develop using Perl
>>> instead of PHP. I'm very interested on using Catalyst for speeding up
>>> coding but what i can't understand how to deploy my site after having
>>> developed it locally. In a typical hosting enviroment (linux) you can't
>>> install Perl modules as you do normally having root access to the
>>> server. Is there a simple way to install Catalyst in these cases?
>>> Sorry for asking so basic questions but i'm not able to find clear
>>> documentation about this issue (and i'm a Perl newbie :P )
>> http://www.catalystframework.org/calendar/2005/10 maybe?
> I've got this setup on Dreamhost / Debian Stable and it fails quite
> often -- even with the most current CPAN.pm. Yesterday it failed on
> me trying to add C::P::Scheduler and dependencies.
> I have another Debian Stable machine I was going to try from scratch
> soon as I have a few free hours. But, I'd rather unpack a tarball
> someplace then screw with CPAN for that much time.
> I think CatInABox is a away to keep from going insane.
> How current is this?
From ye page apache output: 24-Mar-2006 18:34 948K
I believe it's 5.66 and pretty up to date.
I need to do another roll with an updated ConfigLoader and 5.678
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