[Catalyst] Managing module regressions.

Gianni Ceccarelli dakkar at thenautilus.net
Tue Jul 3 06:55:07 GMT 2012

On 2012-07-02 Bill Moseley <moseley at hank.org> wrote:
> But, essentially you build a separate Perl on a staging machine with
> all dependencies and then use RPM to copy to production, correct?

Yes, to production and to any development VM.

> Do you also use RPM for bringing in non-perl dependencies?

Yes, like C libraries and external utilities.

> I assume by building Perl and installing your modules you are not
> depending on any existing RPMs of Perl modules.


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