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CPANPLUS::Dist::Sample(3)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				 CPANPLUS::Dist::Sample(3)

CPANPLUS::Dist::Sample -- Sample code to create your own Dist::* plugin Description. This document is Obsolete. Please read the documentation and code in "CPANPLUS::Dist::Base". perl v5.16.3 2013-05-20 CPANPLUS::Dist::Sample(3)

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CPANPLUS::Dist(3pm)					 Perl Programmers Reference Guide				       CPANPLUS::Dist(3pm)

my $dist = CPANPLUS::Dist::YOUR_DIST_TYPE_HERE->new( module => $modobj, ); DESCRIPTION
"CPANPLUS::Dist" is a base class for "CPANPLUS::Dist::MM" and "CPANPLUS::Dist::Build". Developers of other "CPANPLUS::Dist::*" plugins should look at "CPANPLUS::Dist::Base". ACCESSORS
parent() Returns the "CPANPLUS::Module" object that parented this object. status() Returns the "Object::Accessor" object that keeps the status for this module. STATUS ACCESSORS
All accessors can be accessed as follows: $deb->status->ACCESSOR created() Boolean indicating whether the dist was created successfully. Explicitly set to 0 when failed, so a value of "undef" may be interpreted as "not yet attempted". installed() Boolean indicating whether the dist was installed successfully. Explicitly set to 0 when failed, so a value of "undef" may be interpreted as "not yet attempted". uninstalled() Boolean indicating whether the dist was uninstalled successfully. Explicitly set to 0 when failed, so a value of "undef" may be interpreted as "not yet attempted". dist() The location of the final distribution. This may be a file or directory, depending on how your distribution plug in of choice works. This will be set upon a successful create. $dist = CPANPLUS::Dist::YOUR_DIST_TYPE_HERE->new( module => MODOBJ ); Create a new "CPANPLUS::Dist::YOUR_DIST_TYPE_HERE" object based on the provided "MODOBJ". *** DEPRECATED *** The optional argument "format" is used to indicate what type of dist you would like to create (like "CPANPLUS::Dist::MM" or "CPANPLUS::Dist::Build" and so on ). "CPANPLUS::Dist->new" is exlusively meant as a method to be inherited by "CPANPLUS::Dist::MM|Build". Returns a "CPANPLUS::Dist::YOUR_DIST_TYPE_HERE" object on success and false on failure. @dists = CPANPLUS::Dist->dist_types; Returns a list of the CPANPLUS::Dist::* classes available $bool = CPANPLUS::Dist->rescan_dist_types; Rescans @INC for available dist types. Useful if you've installed new "CPANPLUS::Dist::*" classes and want to make them available to the current process. $bool = CPANPLUS::Dist->has_dist_type( $type ) Returns true if distribution type $type is loaded/supported. $bool = $dist->prereq_satisfied( modobj => $modobj, version => $version_spec ) Returns true if this prereq is satisfied. Returns false if it's not. Also issues an error if it seems "unsatisfiable," i.e. if it can't be found on CPAN or the latest CPAN version doesn't satisfy it. $configure_requires = $dist->find_configure_requires( [file => /path/to/META.yml] ) Reads the configure_requires for this distribution from the META.yml file in the root directory and returns a hashref with module names and versions required. $bool = $dist->_resolve_prereqs( ... ) Makes sure prerequisites are resolved format The dist class to use to make the prereqs (ie. CPANPLUS::Dist::MM) prereqs Hash of the prerequisite modules and their versions target What to do with the prereqs. create => Just build them install => Install them ignore => Ignore them prereq_build If true, always build the prereqs even if already resolved verbose Be verbose force Force the prereq to be built, even if already resolved perl v5.12.1 2010-04-26 CPANPLUS::Dist(3pm)
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