I'm writing a Dancer2 web application which contains configuration (config.yml, development.yml, production.yml, and-so-on.xml), application data (js, css, templates) and application binary (Perl bootstrapper, Perl tools) parts.
Usualy a web distribution is installed via extracting a ZIP file and there you have your e.g.
/bin. You start your web application with
perl ./bin/app.pl or similar.
What I currently think about is to actual install a Dancer2 web application like normal (linux/unix) applications would do. So
/public would end up at
/views would be
/config.yml are located at
/logs moved to
/lib is system wide installed like you install a normal dist with cpan. Scripts in
/bin would "installed" to
Assuming I use Dist::Zilla to create dists how could I achieve this?
I remember there was a previous discussion about installing web application with CPAN but I can't find it anymore. Neither - IIRC - was the discussion concluded.
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