[Israel.pm] Acme-CPANAuthors-Israeli [ Fwd: PAUSE indexer report SHLOMIF/Acme-CPANAuthors-Israeli-0.01.tar.gz ]

Shlomi Fish shlomif at iglu.org.il
Sun Sep 14 06:52:16 PDT 2008

Hi all!

I was on Freenode's #perl today when I saw an upload for:


After looking it up and http://search.cpan.org/dist/Acme-CPANAuthors/ , I 
thought to myself: if they can have it, why can't we?

So I set out to create Acme-CPANAuthors-Israeli. I had to prepare SRPMs and 
RPMs for some dependencies to install on my Mandriva system, which was easy 
enough. Then I tweaked the script here:


to generate the test file and data.

After that I had a working distro, which I uploaded.

So expect Acme-CPANAuthors-Israeli at a CPAN mirror near you.


	Shlomi Fish

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Subject: PAUSE indexer report SHLOMIF/Acme-CPANAuthors-Israeli-0.01.tar.gz
Date: Sunday 14 September 2008
From: PAUSE <upload at pause.perl.org>
To: shlomif at iglu.org.il, andreas.koenig.gmwojprw+pause at franz.ak.mind.de

The following report has been written by the PAUSE namespace indexer.
Please contact modules at perl.org if there are any open questions.
  Id: mldistwatch.pm 1033 2008-06-16 21:28:24Z k 

               User: SHLOMIF (Shlomi Fish)
  Distribution file: Acme-CPANAuthors-Israeli-0.01.tar.gz
    Number of files: 11
         *.pm files: 1
             README: Acme-CPANAuthors-Israeli-0.01/README
           META.yml: Acme-CPANAuthors-Israeli-0.01/META.yml
  META-driven index: yes
  Timestamp of file: Sun Sep 14 13:32:59 2008 UTC
   Time of this run: Sun Sep 14 13:34:30 2008 UTC

Status of this distro: OK

The following packages (grouped by status) have been found in the distro:

Status: Successfully indexed

     module: Acme::CPANAuthors::Israeli
    version: 0.01
    in file: Acme-CPANAuthors-Israeli-0.01/lib/Acme/CPANAuthors/Israeli.pm
     status: indexed



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