It’s been a while since I wrote anything here. if anyone is keeping score I’ve probably failed the Iron Man challenge of posting something every ten days.
Don’t have much to add here either but I thought some of you might be interested in a quick tweak I made to my spreadsheet of CPAN RPMs available for Fedora. It now lists all of the RPMs available across all of the repositories that I use and shows you which version of the module is available. I’ve also added the current CPAN version for all of these modules.
This gives me the information I need to do a few things that I’ve wanted to do for a while. In particular I should be able to script the automatic removal of RPMs from my repository when the official Fedora repository catches up with the version I’m carrying. I can also easily identify CPAN modules where the latest Fedora version (from any of the repositories) is lagging behind the CPAN version.
As always, the code is available on Github and patches are very welcome.