lazy - Lazily install missing Perl modules
# Auto-install missing modules into local/. Note local::lib needs to # precede lazy in this scenario in order for the script to compile on the # first run. perl -Mlocal::lib=local -Mlazy foo.pl # Auto-install missing modules globally perl -Mlocal::lib -Mlazy=--global foo.pl # Auto-install missing modules into local/ use local::lib 'local'; use lazy; # Auto-install missing modules globally use lazy qw( --global );
Your co-worker sends you a one-off script to use. You fire it up and realize you haven't got all of the dependencies installed in your work environment. Now you fire up the script and one by one, you find the missing modules and install them manually.
lazy will try to install any missing modules automatically, making your day just a little less long.
lazy uses App::cpm to perform this magic in the background.
You can pass arguments directly to App::cpm via the import statement.
use lazy qw( --verbose );
use lazy qw( --global --verbose );
You get the idea.
This module uses App::cpm's defaults, so by default modules will be installed to a folder called
local in your current working directory. This folder will be created on demand.
So, the default usage would be:
use local::lib 'local'; use lazy;
If you want the module available generally, use the
use lazy qw( --global );
Be sure to remove
lazy before you put your work into production.
Olaf Alders <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is Copyright (c) 2017 by MaxMind, Inc.
This is free software, licensed under:
The Artistic License 2.0 (GPL Compatible)