[Catalyst] Suggestions for CatalystX::Installer
fat.perl.hacker at gmail.com
Mon May 12 08:55:21 BST 2008
All of those modules and the suggestions look like they will be really
helpful, thanks for the input Jonathan and Kieren.
>I still want support for GetOpt:: modules as well so that we can do all this from the comand line.
Sounds good, the GetOpt:: modules should make command line arguments
>The opportunity here is for the whole thing to be done wrong first time round so we know what to do for the >subsequent iteration. This is a technique that is proven to work in technology development many times over .
I guess I will be back here next year to fix my mistakes then.
On Mon, May 12, 2008 at 1:59 AM, Kieren Diment <diment at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 12 May 2008, at 13:44, Jonathan Rockway wrote:
> needs some configuration || filtering to make sense of it, and warn if
> Makefile.PL looks wrong
>> "make catalyst_par"
> and improve the documentation here
>> "make installdeps"
>> "make test"
> Provide some standard configuration for DBIx::Class models, and
> Catalyst::Model::File models so we get a sense of what's required for
> Catalyst::Model::Whatever to support catalystx::installer. I think that
> View:: logic is probably ususally hard coded into the app, but i could be
> Catalyst::Controller::REST for the CRUD stuff required (maybe) - remember
> this originates in a (rejected) google summer of code application, so we
> need to provide learning opportunities as well as a final result.
> i still want support for GetOpt:: modules as well so that we can do all this
> from the comand line.
> The opportunity here is for the whole thing to be done wrong first time
> round so we know what to do for the subsequent iteration. This is a
> technique that is proven to work in technology development many times over
>  Rejected because google is a python shop and so the perl foundation
> didn't get enough slots, and the enlightened perl organisation application
> was rejected this time round
>  Although unix looks like it doesn't conform to this, it was the
> licencing that unix got wrong mostly.
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