PPM::Make::Install - build and install a distribution via ppm
my $ppm = PPM::Make::Install->new(%opts); $ppm->make_ppm(); $ppm->ppm_install();
PPM::Make::Install is used to build a PPM (Perl Package Manager) distribution from a CPAN source distribution and then install it with the
ppm utility. See PPM::Make for a discussion of details on how the ppm package is built. Available options are
PPM::Make::Install, when building the distribution, will die if all tests do not pass. Turning on this option instructs the module to ignore any test failures.
If specified, the directory used to build the ppm distribution will be removed after a successful install.
By default, if
PPM::Make::Install detects a blib/ directory, it will assume the distribution has already been made, and will not remake it. This option forces remaking the distribution.
Will do an upgrade of the specified package, if applicable.
A value for dist will be interpreted either as a CPAN-like source distribution to fetch and build, or as a module name, in which case CPAN.pm will be used to infer the corresponding distribution to grab.
This option specifies that
/path/to/q1 should be used for program
p1, etc., rather than the ones PPM::Make finds. The programs specified can be one of
This program is copyright, 2003, 2006 by Randy Kobes <email@example.com>. It is distributed under the same terms as Perl itself.