Perl::Dist::WiX::Asset::Module - Module asset for a Win32 Perl
This document describes Perl::Dist::WiX::Asset::Module version 1.500.
my $distribution = Perl::Dist::WiX::Asset::Module->new( parent => $dist, name => 'DBI', force => 0, assume_installed => 0, ); $distribution->install();
This asset installs a module from CPAN.
This class is a Perl::Dist::WiX::Role::Asset and shares its API.
new constructor takes a series of parameters, validates then and returns a new Perl::Dist::WiX::Asset::Module object, or throws an exception on error.
It inherits all the parameters described in the Perl::Dist::WiX::Role::Asset->new() method documentation, and adds some additional parameters.
name param is the name of the module to be installed.
The optional boolean
force param allows you to specify that the tests should be skipped and the module installed without validating its installation.
This can be set to true when there are test bugs that cause failing tests, or where true testing would be too difficult (for example, when a database connection is required.)
This defaults to the force() attribute of the
Perl::Dist::WiX parent object.
This tells the
install() routine whether it has a packlist that can be found once the module is installed or not.
This parameter defaults to true.
Some distributions (Bio::Perl, for example) do not include their version numbers in such a way that CPAN can tell whether they are up to date after installation via the CPAN::Module->uptodate() call.
This parameter, when set to 1, tells Perl::Dist::WiX to skip that verification step.
Specifies which feature the module is supposed to go in.
The install method installs the module described by the Perl::Dist::WiX::Asset::Module object and returns the files that were installed as a File::List::Object object.
Bugs should be reported via the CPAN bug tracker at
For other issues, contact the author.
Curtis Jewell <email@example.com>
Adam Kennedy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright 2009 - 2011 Curtis Jewell.
Copyright 2007 - 2009 Adam Kennedy.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module.