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X11 wire-level analysis with x11vis

X11 wire-level analysis with x11vis

Posted May 18, 2011 20:23 UTC (Wed) by oak (guest, #2786)
Parent article: X11 wire-level analysis with x11vis

Looks very interesting, but I'm not familiar with Perl, its modules or their typical package names. Which of these are lacking e.g. from Debian (Stable):
http://x11vis.org/docs/manual.html#_requirements
?

(For example "apt-cache search perl|grep -i dancer" doesn't return anything.)


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X11 wire-level analysis with x11vis

Posted May 19, 2011 4:02 UTC (Thu) by dtlin (✭ supporter ✭, #36537) [Link]

Dancer is not yet packaged in Debian, but there's an ITP. Same for Twiggy (ITP).

AnyEvent, AnyEvent::Socket, IO::All, JSON::XS, Moose, MooseX::Singleton, and XML::Twig are all in Squeeze already.

X11 wire-level analysis with x11vis

Posted May 19, 2011 5:45 UTC (Thu) by mstapelberg (subscriber, #66308) [Link]

The best way to install all the modules right now is with cpanminus. See http://cpanmin.us/

After installing, just run cpanm Dancer Twiggy … as root and there you go.


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