Today I was working on a private module that I use to write web applications. A few weeks ago I found out about Milla. Milla is a plugin bundle for Dist::Zilla, which makes it easy to create Perl modules.
When you’re ready Milla automatically releases your new module to PAUSE. This is really useful for public modules, but not that useful for private modules.
Pinto is like CPAN in a way. It’s really easy to create a private CPAN with it.
That’s what I did today. It contains the
pintod script that starts a webserver, which
is compatible with the CPAN infrastructure. It allows you to install modules from it with cpanm.
cpanm you use the following command line arguments:
--mirror <url> --mirror-only.
This way cpanm only uses your mirror.
Milla allows me to automatically release my modules to my private CPAN. The changes was expected and really easy to implement.
I changed my
[@Filter] -bundle = @Milla -remove = UploadToCPAN [Pinto::Add] root = <my private CPAN URL>
With this config
milla creates a release and uploads it to my Pinto server.
Now I can use these new modules and install them with