-=| Gabor Szabo, 31.01.2012 14:59:08 +0200 |=- > Can someone "develop with current versions from Debian/unstable", > package missing dependencies (which if I understand correctly go into unstable) > and then use those packages on a Debian/testing or Debian/stable system? > What if perl has been upgraded between those? Perl changes usually have no effect, unless the wanted modules uses some new Perl features. In such a case you are stuck and have to either look for alternatives (since upgrading the whole system is probably not an option). In the common case, however -- pure Perl modules not written for perl-bleed -- everything just works. The next common case are XS modules, which may need to be recompiled. That's not that hard to do and you can keep the result in a local or personal package repository which is used by all deployments.
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