- STUFF INCLUDED
- COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Perl::Box - is a ready to use Codio box. Start coding now!
Go to Codio. Create a project. Choose Perl5 stack. Start coding!
Perl::Box is a Task, a.k.a. Bundle distribution containing most used CPAN stuff needed for coding. Perl-Box is a Codio box. They are used to create a Codio stack that you can use to start coding Perl immediately.
I really got addicted with Codio. During 2015 CPAN Pull Request Challenge, Niel Bowers assigned me a task on a distribution, so I had to prepare a shared development environment to work on Bot::Training. Compiling latest Perl and distributions like Moose and Dist::Zilla with all its dependencies takes time. There were no Perl based Codio stack.
2+2=4, I wanted a ready to use Perl Box to start coding immediately.
How to add or update distributions included? Fork this, edit the Makefile.PL and send a pull request.
Note that versions reported are those in the Perl Box actually.
Yes, 'cause I'm my first (and only!? :) user. Read here what is included.
I really like it! It is my favourite web framework.
Long live the Meta programming protocol!
Cause it completes Moose when performance overhead is a problem.
It is used by a lot of Perl coders.
I packaged the famous CLOC tool. It is worth to add it in every development environment.
One of the must have distros.
Write reusable tests, follow this best practice.
A tribute to the mythic Ingy.
Wanna create your own Perl Box? It will take few minutes.
Perl Box is created from Codio default stack. Create a Codio project and open a Terminal.
Use dotsoftware to install latest Perl. Just copy and paste the following commands.
# get latest .software cd git clone https://github.com/fibo/.software.git # source it in your profile and in current session [ -f ~/.bash_profile ] && grep 'source ~/.software/etc/profile' ~/.bash_profile || echo 'source ~/.software/etc/profile' >> ~/.bash_profile && source ~/.software/etc/profile # install latest Perl .software_install Perl # you are done!
Configure a CPAN client that works like a charm.
Install what you need from CPAN, for instance
Choose vim as default editor
# Needed by git commit -a echo export EDITOR=vim >> ~/.bash_profile
Minimal vim configuration
cat >> ~/.vimrc <<EOF " my Perl preferences autocmd filetype perl map <F2> :%!perltidy<CR> " indent autocmd filetype perl map <F3> :!prove -l<CR> " run tests autocmd filetype perl setlocal autoindent autocmd filetype perl setlocal expandtab autocmd filetype perl setlocal shiftwidth=4 autocmd filetype perl setlocal tabstop=4 " use perltidy for .pl, .pm, and .t au BufRead,BufNewFile *.pl setl equalprg=perltidy au BufRead,BufNewFile *.pm setl equalprg=perltidy au BufRead,BufNewFile *.t setl equalprg=perltidy EOF
This software is copyright (c) 2015 by G. Casati.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.