tangerine man page

tangerine — Perl dependency metadata tool

Synopsis

tangerine [options] <files or directories>

Description

This utility attempts to examine and analyze perl files, directories or perl distribution archives, reporting provided modules, and compile-time and run-time depencies.

In the diff mode it reports differences between two directories or perl distribution archives.

Options

--all|-a

Examine all recursively discovered files.  By default, only perl files are considered.

--compact|-c

Do not list dependencies provides by the examined set.

--diff|-d FOO BAR

Examine FOO and BAR and report metadata differences, ignoring line numbers.  These can be directories or distribution tarballs.

--files|-f

Report findings per file instead of per module.  This option has no effect with --compact.

--jobs|-j NUM

Defines the number of workers used for parallel processing.  By default, the optimal number of workers is determined automatically.

--help|-h

Display this help.

--mode|-m MODE

Only look for this specific  metadata.  Valid options are compile (modules required at compile time), runtime (modules required at runtime), package (modules provided) and all.  For backwards compatibility, p|prov, r|req and u|use are also understood. This option is automatically set to all if --compact is also used.  Defaults to all.

--verbose|-v

Be a little more verbose where it makes sense.

Examples

    tangerine -c Makefile.PL lib/ t/
    tangerine --mode=compile inc/
    tangerine -d Foo-0.01.tar.gz Foo-0.02.tar.gz

Author and License

Copyright (c) 2014-2015 Petr Šabata <contyk@redhat.com>

See the LICENSE files for licensing details.

Info

2015-06-23 perl v5.24.1 User Contributed Perl Documentation