Re: What to do with CPAN ?
According to John Nolan:
> Chip, can you be more specific?
> I'm not clear on why exactly this is a bad idea.
Let's suppose that (1) there's an automatic CPAN -> dpkg connection
somewhere, (2) some Debian package depends on Random::Module, and (3)
the author of Random::Module uploads a new buggy and/or incompatible
version of it.
Next time somebody downloads the 'latest' Random::Module for some
And if you want to stay at a specific version, just remember that each
author can delete files in his directory at any time for any reason.
Chip Salzenberg - a.k.a. - <email@example.com>
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