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Debian Perl Packaging

There are only a few hundred commands in Perl itself, so the rest of its functionality comes from its rich collection of modules, many of which are distributed via the Comprehensive Perl Archive Network (CPAN). More here

When CPAN first came on the scene, it preceded many modern package management systems, including Debian’s Advanced Packaging Tool (APT) and Ruby’s gem system, among others. As a consequence of its rich history, the CPAN Shell is relatively simplistic by today’s standards, yet still continues to get the job done quite well.

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