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NAME ^

CPAN::Mini::Inject - Inject modules into a CPAN::Mini mirror.

VERSION ^

Version 0.31

Synopsis ^

If you're not going to customize the way CPAN::Mini::Inject works you probably want to look at the mcpani command instead.

    use CPAN::Mini::Inject;

    $mcpi=CPAN::Mini::Inject->new;
    $mcpi->parsecfg('t/.mcpani/config');

    $mcpi->add( module   => 'CPAN::Mini::Inject',
                authorid => 'SSORICHE',
                version  => ' 0.01',
                file     => 'mymodules/CPAN-Mini-Inject-0.01.tar.gz' )

    $mcpi->writelist;
    $mcpi->update_mirror;
    $mcpi->inject;

DESCRIPTION ^

CPAN::Mini::Inject uses CPAN::Mini to build or update a local CPAN mirror then adds modules from your repository to it, allowing the inclusion of private modules in a minimal CPAN mirror.

METHODS ^

Each method in CPAN::Mini::Inject returns a CPAN::Mini::Inject object which allows method chaining. For example:

    my $mcpi=CPAN::Mini::Inject->new;
    $mcpi->parsecfg
         ->update_mirror
         ->inject;

A CPAN::Mini::Inject ISA CPAN::Mini. Refer to the documentation for that module for details of the interface CPAN::Mini::Inject inherits from it.

new

Create a new CPAN::Mini::Inject object.

config_class( [CLASS] )

Returns the name of the class handling the configuration.

With an argument, it sets the name of the class to handle the config. To use that, you'll have to call it before you load the configuration.

config

Returns the configuration object. This object should be from the class returned by config_class unless you've done something weird.

loadcfg( [FILENAME] )

This is a bridge to CPAN::Mini::Inject::Config's loadconfig. It sets the filename for the configuration, or uses one of the defaults.

parsecfg()

This is a bridge to CPAN::Mini::Inject::Config's parseconfig.

site( [SITE] )

Returns the CPAN site that CPAN::Mini::Inject chose from the list specified in the remote directive.

testremote

Test each site listed in the remote parameter of the config file by performing a get on each site in order for authors/01mailrc.txt.gz. The first site to respond successfully is set as the instance variable site.

 print "$mcpi->{site}\n"; # ftp://ftp.cpan.org/pub/CPAN

testremote accepts an optional parameter to enable verbose mode.

update_mirror

This is a subclass of CPAN::Mini.

add

Add a new module to the repository. The add method copies the module file into the repository with the same structure as a CPAN site. For example CPAN-Mini-Inject-0.01.tar.gz is copied to MYCPAN/authors/id/S/SS/SSORICHE. add creates the required directory structure below the repository.

Packages found in the distribution will be added to the module list (for example both CPAN::Mini::Inject and CPAN::Mini::Inject::Config will be added to the modules/02packages.details.txt.gz file).

Packages will be looked for in the provides key of the META file if present, otherwise the files in the dist will be searched. See Dist::Metadata for more information.

Example

  add( module => 'Module::Name',
       authorid => 'AUTHOR',
       version => 0.01,
       file => './Module-Name-0.01.tar.gz' );

added_modules

Returns a list of hash references describing the modules added by this instance. Each hashref will contain file, authorid, and modules. The modules entry is a hashref of module names and versions included in the file.

The list is cumulative. There will be one entry for each time "add" was called.

This functionality is mostly provided for the included mcpani script to be able to verbosely print all the modules added.

inject

Insert modules from the repository into the local CPAN::Mini mirror. inject copies each module into the appropriate directory in the CPAN::Mini mirror and updates the CHECKSUMS file.

Passing a value to inject enables verbose mode, which lists each module as it's injected.

updpackages

Update the CPAN::Mini mirror's modules/02packages.details.txt.gz with the injected module information.

updauthors

Update the CPAN::Mini mirror's authors/01mailrc.txt.gz with stub information should the author not actually exist on CPAN

readlist

Load the repository's modulelist.

writelist

Write to the repository modulelist.

See Also ^

CPAN::Mini

Current Maintainer ^

Christian Walde <walde.christian@googlemail.com>

Original Author ^

Shawn Sorichetti, <ssoriche@cpan.org>

Acknowledgements ^

Special thanks to David Bartle, for bringing this module up to date, and resolving the reported bugs.

Thanks to Jozef Kutej <jozef@kutej.net> for numerous patches.

Bugs ^

Please report any bugs or feature requests to bug-cpan-mini-inject@rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.

Copyright & License ^

Copyright 2008-2009 Shawn Sorichetti, Andy Armstrong, All Rights Reserved.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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