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App::psst - prompt string setting tool
Set-once configuration for ~/.bashrc to show presence of
I wrote a local::lib-based installer for a small project.
I added the obligatory "set up the environment and start a shell in there" script.
I wanted the new subshell to be clearly marked as having local::lib environment, and decided that this functionality doesn't belong in the small project.
Polish it a little to make a small CPAN-installable package. Install in all my $HOMEs.
Copyright (C) 2011 Genome Research Limited
Author Matthew Astley firstname.lastname@example.org
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
Thanks to Magnus Manske for some useful discussion of the mechanism,
and this post for convincing me that this is a useful route to sanity http://blogs.perl.org/users/oliver_gorwits/2011/07/locallibs-for-dist-development.html
and to my employer for making it easy to mix free software with $work.
These are tools I have found links to. I have not yet chosen some to assemble a better working environment.
localenv bashstarts a new shell, which psst can configure.
perl-local-lib $DIR activatestarts a new shell, which psst can configure.
This psst has not (yet) been tested with bash under Windows.
This version of psst knows nothing about perlbrew.