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NAME ^

cpants_lint.pl - commandline frontend to Module::CPANTS::Analyse

SYNOPSIS ^

    cpants_lint.pl path/to/Foo-Dist-1.42.tgz

    Options:
        --help              brief help message
        --man               full documentation
        --verbose           print more info during run
        --no_capture        don't turn on capturing of STDERR and STDOUT

        --dump              dump result using Data::Dumper
        --yaml              dump result as YAML

        --to_file           dump result to a file
        --dir               directory to dump files to

DESCRIPTION ^

cpants_lint.pl checks the Kwalitee of CPAN distributions. More exact, it checks how a given tarball will be rated on http://cpants.perl.org, without needing to upload it first.

cpants_lint.pl is also used by cpants.perl.org itself to check all dists on CPAN.

For more information on Kwalitee, and the whole of CPANTS, see http://cpants.perl.org and / or Module::CPANTS::Analyse.

OPTIONS ^

If neither --dump nor --yaml are used, a short text describing the Kwalitee of the distribution and hints on how to raise Kwalitee will be displayed. The format of this text can change anytime, so don't use it for any automated processing!

--help

Print a brief help message.

--man

Print manpage.

--verbose

Print some informative messages during testing of dists.

--no_capture

Turn off capturing of STDOUT and STDERR. Mostly useful during debugging / development of new features.

If --no_capture is used, the value of cpants_error might be wrong.

--dump

Dump the result using Data::Dumper

--yaml

Dump the result as YAML.

--to_file

Output the result into a file instead of STDOUT.

The name of the file will be Foo-Dist.yaml (well, the extension depends on the dump format and can be .yaml, .dump or .txt)

--dir

Directory to dump files to. Defaults to the current working directory.

AUTHOR ^

Thomas Klausner

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

Copyright © 2003–2006, 2009 Thomas Klausner

You may use and distribute this module according to the same terms that Perl is distributed under.

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