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Re: Installing Padre plugins on Debian


Perhaps dh-make-perl --locate can be useful here (or extract the code
therein). On the other hand, that sort of feature might require more
packages (apt-file etc).



On Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 4:07 AM, Gabor Szabo <szabgab@gmail.com> wrote:
> The naming discussion reminded me of something related that
> we should address in Padre but for which I'll need your opinion.
> In time we will add a tool that lists all the available Padre plugins
> and let the
> users install them using CPAN.pm
> It would be probably much better if - when running on Debian the
> version of Padre that
> was packaged by Debian - we could mark the plugins with a special
> marker that are
> also available as Debian packages and then that we would be able to run
> the package installer of Debian (aptitude, apt-get ?) to install those.
> In the more general case, in Padre there is an experimental GUI for
> installing perl
> modules via CPAN.pm It would be nice if we could list all the CPAN  modules that
> are alrady packaged by Debian and install those via the package
> management system.
> I think Firefox does this at least on Ubuntu.
> Gabor
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