Thanks for the reply (and link) !
I've examined Gabor Szabo' SCO
Building an open source clone of search.cpan.org using the MetaCPAN API
which looks promising. But seems to require running a service on it's own port.
Which I'd like to avoid. While I guess I could (re)process metacpans data. That seems
grossly inefficient, and slow. especially given I'm already running a mirror.
Seems it'd be a whole lot smarter to simply pull the data from my own copy and process
that. Maybe populating a DB with it, and pulling it from there. This lead me to:
but they're more Package centric, rather than: module | dist | author , as search, and
but I don't think it'll scale well. But there's also:
which seems a bit closer, and might scale better, as well.
Anyway, that's as far as I've managed so far. But was hoping to I might find a quick
"drop in" replacement I might implement.
¡λɐp ʇɑəɹ⅁ ɐ əʌɐɥ puɐ ʻꜱdləɥ ꜱᴉɥʇ ədoH
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