What a good day.
Not only I've got a new laptop from the company, but I've found also an extremely useful tool to build a debian package from a perl module: dh-make-perl.
You just need to do 2 things:
- Run dh-make-perl on the untarred module directory (this creates the necessary debian dir and files).
- Inside the module directory, run debuild.
Very nice. Now I wonder why most of the CPAN and POE components don't come with a debian package...
Tuesday, 20 October 2009
Debianize a Perl module
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For those who don't know how to get these commands to work, first do this:ReplyDelete
sudo apt install dh-make-perl
This is a wonderfully simple way to go about getting more Perl modules into Debian's aptitude system. Thanks for posting this.