libdist-inkt-perl 0.024-5 source package in Ubuntu


libdist-inkt-perl (0.024-5) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Add patch 2001
    to fix avoid absolute paths with Archive::Tar 2.28 and newer.
    Closes: Bug#923358. Thanks to Kjetil Kjernsmoe and Niko Tyni.
    (Build-)depend on recent perl providing Archive::Tar 2.28 or newer.
  * Add autopkgtest, processing example source.

 -- Jonas Smedegaard <email address hidden>  Sat, 02 Mar 2019 16:59:48 +0100

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libdist-inkt-perl: yet another distribution builder

 Dist::Inkt itself does virtually nothing;
 it creates an empty directory, generates a MANIFEST file,
 and then wraps it all up into a gzipped tarball.
 But it provides various hooks along the way
 for subclasses to grab hold of.
 So the general idea is that you write a subclass of Dist::Inkt,
 which consumes various Moose::Roles to do the actual work
 of populating the distribution with files.
 As such, Dist::Inkt is not so much a distribution builder,
 as it is a framework for writing your own distribution builder.
 Several roles of varying utility are bundled with Dist::Inkt,
 as is Dist::Inkt::Profile::Simple,
 a subclass of Dist::Inkt which consumes most of these roles.