Dist::Zilla::Plugin::MetaData::BuiltWith::All - Go overkill and report everything in all name-spaces.
[MetaData::BuiltWith::All] show_failures = 1 ; Not recommended
This module is otherwise identical to
This further extends the verbosity of the information reported by the
BuiltWith plug-in, by recursively rooting around in the name-spaces and reporting every version of everything it finds.
Only recommended for the most extreme of situations where you find your code breaking all over the show between different versions of things, or for personal amusement.
Because this module reports ALL
namespaces, it will likely report very many
namespaces which simply do not exist on disk as a distinct file, and as a result, are unlikely to have
As a result, enabling this option will drop a mother load of failures into a hash somewhere in
For instance, there's one for every single package in
And there's one for every single instance of
There's one for every instance of
Module::Metadata ( I spotted about 80 myself )
And there's one for each and every thing that uses
You get the idea?
Do not turn this option on
You have been warned.
Specify modules to exclude from version reporting
exclude = Foo exclude = Bar
Specify additional modules to include the version of
include = Foo include = Bar
Report "interesting" values from
show_config = 1 ; Boolean
Report the output from
show_uname = 1 ; Boolean
Specify what the system
uname function is called
uname_call = uname ; String
Specify arguments passed to the
uname_args = -a ; String
At present this code does no recursion prevention, apart from excluding the
If it sees other name-spaces which recur into their self indefinitely ( like main does ), then it may not terminate normally.
Also, using this module will likely add 1000 lines to
META.yml, so please for the love of sanity don't use this too often.
Kent Fredric <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is copyright (c) 2016 by Kent Fredric <email@example.com>.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.