action #71476

Updated by okurz about 1 year ago

## Motivation
openQA currently uses `Mojolicious::Plugin::AssetPack` for asset management. That module has mostly been obsoleted by `Mojolicious::Plugin::Webpack` though, and is no longer particularly well maintained. I suggest we consider moving to the newer plugin before we actually run into serious issues. I'm opening this ticket because i ran into an incomprehensible error message from `Mojolicious::Plugin::AssetPack` in another project, which turned out to be a missing dependency that was declared as optional in the `Makefile.PL` and not referenced in the error message. Fairly annoying problem to track down.

## Acceptance criteria
* **AC1:** `Mojolicious::Plugin::Webpack` and its dependencies have been packaged and added to Factory
* **AC2:** `Mojolicious::Plugin::AssetPack` has been replaced with `Mojolicious::Plugin::Webpack` in openQA

## Suggestions
* submit to openSUSE:Factory
* wait for inclusion in Factory
* replace all references of "AssetPack" (also look case-insensitive) within the openQA source code
* also check manually that a startup of the openQA server works and everything is displayed correctly