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While I was going through hell with my laptop today, I thought I would download my latest project at work to my linux workstation and see how well it ran. Class::Contract wasn't installed on it. Quick search of the Debian package archive and I found that it has yet to be packaged for Debian. So while my Powerbook was busy repairing itself, I decided to package it up. So you can now download libclass-contract-perl 1.14-1 from my unofficial Debian APT source:

deb http://paulbaker.net/debian stable main
deb-src http://paulbaker.net/debian stable main

Assuming my sponsor comes through it should be officially included in Debian Sid in the next few days. I'll keep you posted.


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Here's yet another reason that Debian rules :)