Next Release of Pinto With Key Features - Grant Report #4

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Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer reported:

This past May, The Perl Foundation awarded a grant to fund development of a couple features in Pinto. Pinto is a robust tool for curating a private repository of CPAN modules, so you can build your application with the right modules every time. This is my fourth progress report on that work.

I've done quite a lot of work on Pinto the last few weeks. And today, I pushed a development release to CPAN that has a lot of really cool features and improvements. However, none of this work is tied to the TPF grant.

But now the backlog is cleared up a bit, so I hope to finally finish off the grant work. Look for another update next month.

PS: I'll have a lot more to say about the new Pinto features when I make a production release in a week or so. For a sneak peek, look at the change log.

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