midgen - Check requires & test_requires of your package for CPAN inclusion.
This document describes midgen version: 0.26
Change to the root of your package and run, command line options always overwrite options from ~/.midgenrc if you have one.
Now with a Getopt --help or -?
Prints a help message and exits.
Options: --help brief help message --format change output format --dual_life show dual-life modules --core show all perl core modules --verbose show detailed progress of files we are processing --experimental this feature under development --zero show a 0 instead of core --debug show much more information relevant to self development
By default we output to STDOUT in 'dsl' format, so you can check, copy n paste or select an alternative format as shown below.
midgen -f dsl # Module::Include::DSL midgen -f mi # Module::Include midgen -f mb # Module::Build midgen -f dzil # Dist::Zilla midgen -f dist # dist.ini midgen -f cpanfile # cpanfile prereqs midgen -f metajson # META.json midgen -f infile # show module in-files
Shows modules that are in Perl core and CPAN, some modules have a version number eg; constant, Carp.
Shows all modules that are in Perl core, including dual-life, some have a version of 0 eg; strict, English.
Show file names that we are checking, as we go.
This experimental feature turns on extra passing, that removes twins and noisy_children, replacing them with there parent(dist), giving a minimalist output, you might conceive this as controversial, if so don't enable it. It also scans xt/ directory if you have one. If you find it to noisy you can add a '-q' for --quiet.
Use a '0' instead of 'core' for core module version number, suggest you incorporate it with core for maximum affect.
You can now write your current options to ~/.midgenrc in JSON format (core, dual_life, format, zero), to be used again. I you want to edit your ~./midgenrc file, you could use the Getopt --no-option to negate an option, or you can edit/delete the file, your choice.
midgen --no-z -w
Provides a vast amount of output, relevant to development also enables (core, verbose), uses Data::Printer.
Suggest you consider redirecting STDERR when the debug option is used.
midgen -d 2>debug.txt