clsung at tw.freebsd.org
Mon Apr 23 07:51:01 UTC 2007
Quote from http://search.cpan.org/src/INGY/Kwiki-0.39/README
"Kwiki is *really* simple to install now. _All_ the Perl dependencies
come with Kwiki, and are /preinstalled/. This means you just need Perl
5.8.3 and a web server. Well actually we give you a web server too!...
Eventually all this work will make it back to CPAN, but likely not for a
The kwiki-trunk-*.tar.gz already do so (bundling almost every plugin)
I think I'd better take off these plugins from ports tree before
'Ingy dot net' put them back.
Just IMHO. :-)
On Mon, Apr 23, 2007 at 09:57:44AM +0400, Andrew Pantyukhin wrote:
> First of all, thanks for taking up the initiative and
> updating Kwiki. It's a worthy project.
> Do we want to bundle Kwiki into a single port? In ports
> we usually consider bundling (of any software project)
> a harmful thing, as opposed to modularizing. I haven't
> looked at those new Kwiki snapshots, but is it too hard
> to update all those p5-Kwiki-* ports instead of merging
> them into the main one?
> Never mind if it's too much work...
Alan Cheng-Lung Sung - clsung@
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