Fields, Christopher J
cjfields at illinois.edu
Tue Feb 7 21:25:12 EST 2012
On Feb 7, 2012, at 5:33 PM, Dave Messina wrote:
> Ah right, that's a good point. Well, don't I feel like the asshole. :)
Nah. It's something we've done for quite a while, but we probably should adopt something that works better in the long run.
> Once local::lib and cpanm are installed, it's possible to run cpanm on the tarball downloaded from github, right?
> cpanm bioperl-live-bioperl-release-1-5-1-rc4-4318-g342e587.zip
> And that should take care of dependencies, then, correct?
Yep. One can install from a URL as well:
> either by simply documenting this or by getting a script up and running for them. This will resolve down-stream problems (for instance, if the distribution is split up).
> Agreed, that's a great idea.
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