[blfs-dev] Perl Modules and wget-list
krejzi at email.com
Sat Jan 24 07:08:22 PST 2015
On 01/24/2015 03:59 PM, Ken Moffat wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 24, 2015 at 02:23:12PM +0100, Armin K. wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I've noticed a lot of Perl Modules tickets last night and wondered why
>> they weren't picked up by the currency scripts. After some
>> investigation, the format used for specifying the URL and md5sum isn't
>> the standard one used by other packages and none of the perl modules end
>> up in the wget-list.
>> It can easily be fixed, although. The attached patch modifies the
>> Archive-Zip section to use a layout like other packages do. An example
>> on what's visibly different can be seen in the screenshot. It could be
>> changed to use the more standard (Download (HTTP), MD5Sum, etc)
>> approach, but I don't think it's necessary here.
>> Now, if nobody minds, I can fix all the packages and submit a patch. I
>> would also like to move download url's and md5sums into entities at the
>> beginning of the page.
>> Pro is we get version checks from currency scripts and all the modules
>> in the wget-list. I can't yet see any cons. So if anybody has any
>> suggestion or reason why we shouldn't do this - please speak up.
> The problem with perl is that if the maintainer of a module
> changes, the link points to the old versions and the new version is
> not found. When I checked versions in August, two modules had
> different maintainers.
> So a few updates will still slip through the net. But if this
> change means most of them are automatatically noticed, it will
> definitely help.
> For the new tickets, no rush - I'm preparing for a new build, got a
> few more things to sort out before I start the build (and I've also
> got a lot more perl changes than this, some of which look as if they
> might pull in new dependencies,
We could use search.cpan.org infrastructure. Even if maintainer changes,
they point to the new one, ie.
I'm currently looking into it.
Note: My last name is not Krejzi.
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