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Fedora and Centos CPAN RPMs

Today I’ve updated my spreadsheets of the CPAN modules that are available as RPMs from various repositories for Fedora and Centos. I see that in many cases the “official” repos are now more up to date than my own repo (which I originally set up because the official repos are sometimes out of date).

This is all a precursor to doing a lot more work on my repo. I need to know which RPMs are being kept up to date by other people so that I can ignore those modules.

But I thought that other people might find the data useful or interesting.

By Dave Cross

Dave Cross runs Magnum Solutions Ltd., a London Perl consultancy.

In 1998 he started London Perl Mongers, the first Perl Mongers group outside of Northern America.

He is the author of Data Munging with Perl and a co-author of Perl Template Toolkit.

3 replies on “Fedora and Centos CPAN RPMs”

Hi,

I have a decent collection of Fedora/CentOS perl module RPMs that you can find as directories of RPM files here:
http://mirror.city-fan.org/ftp/contrib/perl-modules/

Or as a full-blown yum repository here:
http://mirror.city-fan.org/ftp/contrib/yum-repo/
However, the yum repositories also have lots of other stuff I use in there as well as the perl modules.

I also maintain some of these packages in Fedora and EPEL.

Hope they’re of use to people!

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