CPAN vs. subversion/tarballs
halkeye at gmail.com
Fri Apr 27 16:54:38 UTC 2007
Whoa! Another Gavin!
I can't remember If I actually tried the cpan version, but the subversion
code is stable as is. And probably more up to date.
The subversion version also lets you actually try everything out without
installing the libraries to the system. I found that way nicer to track
things down when debugging my djabberd install..
On 4/27/07, Gavin Carr <gavin at openfusion.com.au> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Just started playing with DJabberd (looks fun!) and had a
> newbie question: in terms of getting semi-stable 'release'
> code, is the current plan to distribute DJabberd via CPAN,
> or will there be tarballs or something based off of the
> subversion code?
> The homepage http://www.danga.com/djabberd/ still seems to
> reference just pulling from subversion, and doesn't mention
> CPAN at all, so thought I'd ask.
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