Please re-read my last reply. I had already installed xpl-perl and got 2/3 of the chain working:-
There is also an XPL perl interface for my Currentcost power monitor.
So far I have managed the first two, i.e. collect and log data using the Currrent cost as a data source. I can check the data against another logger running on my desktop Linux box, easier than sitting here tipping the rain gauge bucket to create data!
I am struggling with the display part, using an XPL web app called ZENAH. This uses a lot of perl modules, one in particular used in Catalyst (sp) has been depreciated and removed from the perl package. I am trying to contact the Zenah developers, to find a solution, but the bug reporting process and dev list is currently locked due to a spam attack!
If you really want to add value, can you advise me how to find a particular Perl Plug-in, Catalyst::Plugin::DefaultEnd. It is not called out in the Makefile.PL. (It must be referenced somewhere else, but I am b******d if I can find it). I need to find out how it was used and how the new module Catalyst::Action::RenderView 0.11 works in its place.
FYI Here are snips from the Deb Perl change log:-
Please note, version 35 is incoming and has *lots* of changes. Here's
* Remove modules considered dead upstream:
* Updated modules:
+ Catalyst::Plugin::StackTrace 0.11
+ Catalyst::Action::RenderView 0.13
* Change to search.cpan.org/dist for watch entries
* Add a Debian NEWS entry to note added/removed things
* Remove libcatalyst-modules-perl.lintian-overrides as it is no longer
needed (XMLRPC was removed; thus it has no manpages)
I have crashed my SD card, before backing it up, so I have lost the verbatum error message from the compile. I am presently attempting to rebuild the system, xpl-perl and Zenah on another card, and will try to record the error if it occurs again.