Dist::Zilla::Plugin::PromptIfStale - Check at build/release time if modules are out of date
In your dist.ini:
[PromptIfStale] phase = build module = Dist::Zilla module = Dist::Zilla::PluginBundle::Author::ME
[PromptIfStale] check_all_plugins = 1
[PromptIfStale] is a
BeforeRelease plugin that compares the locally-installed version of a module(s) with the latest indexed version, prompting to abort the build process if a discrepancy is found.
Note that there is no effect on the built dist -- all actions are taken at build time.
Indicates whether the checks are performed at build or release time (defaults to release).
(Remember that you can use different settings for different phases by employing this plugin twice, with different names.)
The name of a module to check for. Can be provided more than once.
A boolean, defaulting to false, indicating that all authordeps in dist.ini (like what is done by
dzil authordeps) should be checked.
As long as this option is not explicitly set to false, a check is always made for authordeps being installed (but the indexed version is not checked). This serves as a fast way to guard against a build blowing up later through the inadvertent lack of fulfillment of an explicit
; authordep declaration.
A boolean, defaulting to false, indicating that all plugins being used to build this distribution should be checked.
A boolean, defaulting to false, indicating that all prerequisites in the distribution metadata should be checked. The modules are a merged list taken from all phases (
develop) , and the
The name of a module to exempt from checking. Can be provided more than once.
A boolean, defaulting to false, indicating that missing prereqs will result in an immediate abort of the build/release process, without prompting.
When provided, uses this base URL to fetch 02packages.details.txt.gz instead of the default
http://www.cpan.org. Use this when your distribution uses prerequisites found only in your darkpan-like server.
Given a list of modules to check, returns
Karen Etheridge <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is copyright (c) 2013 by Karen Etheridge.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.
David Golden <email@example.com>