[Catalyst] Can the latest Catalyst version from CPAN be installed under Windows?

Charlie Garrison garrison at zeta.org.au
Sat Sep 10 01:39:10 GMT 2011

Good morning,

On 9/09/11 at 6:00 AM -0700, John Napiorkowski 
<jjn1056 at yahoo.com> wrote:

>If you install all your cpan dependencies into your perlbrew 
>managed perl you'd have to reinstall perlbrew from scratch if 
>you want to truly test your build system.  For me, I like to 
>test my build by building everything from the start and I can 
>do that by either just deleting my local lib directory or 
>creating a new local lib.  Also if you work on multiple 
>projects, or support several different cpan modules, I find it 
>prudent to have one local lib per project  for everything to 
>be cleanly separated.  I realize that leads to a lot of 
>possible duplication, but hard drive space is pretty cheap nowadays.

Thanks for all that. I can understand all those benefits but not 
sure they apply in my case. I'm treating perlbrew as a 
heavy-handed local::lib and since it's working for me I'll leave 
it as-is.

Thanks again,

    Ꮚ Charlie Garrison ♊ <garrison at zeta.org.au>

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