libnet-server-perl wheezy -> squeeze
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I'd like to get some advice/thoughts on the following: I'm writing a
small Perl script which relies on libnet-server-perl, v 0.99-2 (found in
wheezy/testing), especially because Proto::SSLEAY. Some of my users are
I might provide them with a backport. OTOH, libnet-server-perl is just
Perl code, and it seems to find all its dependencies satisfied on
squeeze; thus installing the wheezy version "directly" on squeeze Just
Works (TM) (I tried that here).
Can I just recommend installing the Wheezy version? Or are there some
pitfalls in that?
Thanks for any insights.
- -- tomás
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