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From: Michael Cummings <mcummings@g.o>
Subject: Re: Another g-cpan question
Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2006 17:13:33 -0400
As is often enough the case, soon as I sent this off I realized that
there was really only one 'economical' solution. Sorry for the traffic
folks.

~mcummings

On Mon, 2006-04-17 at 15:54 -0400, Michael Cummings wrote:
> That's right folks, shape the future of the next release of g-cpan!
> 
> *cough* *cough*
> 
> OK, next question I'm torn on (btw, verdict with 2 whole feedbacks was
> that YAML was an acceptable dep). I'm in a position where I can tweak
> some simple code based on the more comprehensive dep list and list DEPs,
> or I can take some time (and time == slightly larger memory footprint)
> and maintain module-version in the DEP list. Thoughts? On the one hand,
> g-cpan is a "for entertainment purposes only" tool, ie, the ebuilds it
> generates are intended for use on your box only, not for mass
> distribution to the masses (for starters, there's no such thing as QA on
> what its doing - its the risk you take using something that blindly
> installs cpan modules). On the other hand, the power is there to do
> it...opinions?
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