- Install with Docker
- Install from CPAN
- Installation via Perlbrew
- SEE ALSO
RapidApp::Manual::Installation - Installing RapidApp on a new system
A complete installation of the current version RapidApp is available on Docker Hub in the rapi/psgi. If you have docker on your system, this is the fastest way to install RapidApp and its dependencies:
docker pull rapi/psgi
For more information, see the
rapi/psgi documentation on Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/rapi/psgi
RapidApp is a standard CPAN package and can be installed in the standard manner:
RapidApp does have a lot of dependencies so be prepared for this to take a while.
If you are new to perl and you don't have
cpanm (or know what it is) is, or if you would like to play with RapidApp without messing with your main system perl, see the next section for installation with perlbrew.
The following is the typical series of commands to run to install a fresh version of perl into your home directory using perlbrew. This isn't specific to RapidApp, but perl in general. See http://perlbrew.pl for more info on the perlbrew project.
Run the following commands on any Unix system (including Linux and Mac) to install a fresh perlbrew and RapidApp:
wget -O - http://install.perlbrew.pl | bash
Assuming the above worked, it should tell you to run this:
Now you have the
perlbrew command and you can install a version of perl. To see the available versions, you can run
perlbrew available. Choose one from the list and install it. For example:
perlbrew install perl-5.20.1
The above command may take a while. Once it completes, make it the active
perl and install
perlbrew switch perl-5.20.1 perlbrew install-cpanm
cpanm should point to the new perlbrew version within your shell (as long as you source their bashrc file). To remember this for your account for next time, do something like the following:
echo -e "\nsource ~/perl5/perlbrew/etc/bashrc" >> ~/.bash_profile
Now you can install RapidApp:
The above list of steps can be performed all at once using the
instant-perlbrew script which is available on GitHub. If you are feeling brave, you can paste this one-liner to install perlbrew+RapidApp on most Unix-based systems in one swoop:
time wget -O - \ https://raw.githubusercontent.com/vanstyn/instant-perlbrew/v1/instant-perlbrew.sh \ | bash -s perl-5.20.1 RapidApp
This can take in the neighborhood of an hour, depending on the speed of your system. See github.com/vanstyn/instant-perlbrew for more information on the
instant-perlbrew.pl script and exactly what it does.