January 2014 Archives

Announcing Pinto 0.099


Pinto is a powerful tool for creating and managing a private CPAN. Pinto make it easy to control your dependencies and ensure your app is built with the right module versions every time. The latest release (0.099) includes a boatload of exciting enhancements. Here are the highlights[1]:

TPF Grant Progress Report: January 2014

This past May, The Perl Foundation awarded a grant to fund development of a couple features in Pinto. Pinto is a robust tool for curating a private repository of CPAN modules, so you can build your application with the right modules every time. This is my fourth progress report on that work.

I've done quite a lot of work on Pinto the last few weeks. And today, I pushed a development release…

Attention Pinto Users: Use This Workaround While PAUSE Is Down

By default, Pinto is configured to use cpan.perl.org and backpan.perl.org as the upstream repositories. But since cpan.perl.org is currently offline, Pinto will throw an exception if you try to pull a module or distribution from upstream.

You can work around this by setting the sources key in the repository configuration file to cpan.stratopan.com. That site is a full mirror of both CPAN and Ba…

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