Usage: mymeta-requires [OPTIONS...] PHASE OPTIONS: --runtime (default: on) --build (default: on) --test (default: on) --configure (default: on) --develop (default: off) TYPE OPTIONS --recommends (default: on) --suggests (default: on) OTHER OPTIONS: --file, -f Specify alternate MYMETA file --verbose, -v Slightly more verbose logging --report Report on all prereqs, missing or not --help, -h Usage help All long-style options may be negated, e.g. "--no-test"
This program extracts CPAN module requirements as recorded in a MYMETA.json or MYMETA.yml file in the current directory and prints them one-per-line to
STDOUT. It is intended to help install prerequisites manually using a CPAN client. For example, with ExtUtils::MakeMaker 6.58 (which writes MYMETA files) and App::cpanminus:
$ perl Makefile.PL $ mymeta-requires | cpanm
Or with the traditional cpan client:
$ perl Makefile.PL $ cpan $(mymeta-requires)
The various configuration options allow customizing which prerequisite prerequisite phases and types are extracted. (See “PREREQUITIES” in CPAN::Meta for an explanation of phases and types.)
By default all phases except
develop are included and types
suggests. Any phase or type may be negated by prefixing
no- to the option. E.g.
$ mymeta-requires --no-suggests
If no MYMETA.json or MYMETA.yml file is found, this will fall back to using a META.json or META.yml This is not guaranteed to have all dependencies, but may be useful for bootstrapping configuration requirements. E.g.
# get any configuration requirements $ mymeta-requires | cpanm # run configuration $ perl Makefile.PL # repeat to get any dynamic dependencies $ mymeta-requires | cpanm
--report, instead of just listing missing prereqs, all the specified prereqs (or default ones) will be listed with their installed version (or listed as missing) along with the prerequisites required.
David Golden <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright and License
This software is Copyright (c) 2011 by David Golden.
This is free software, licensed under:
The Apache License, Version 2.0, January 2004