Dist::Zilla::Plugin::AutoPrereqs - automatically extract prereqs from your modules
In your dist.ini:
[AutoPrereqs] skip = ^Foo|Bar$ skip = ^Other::Dist
This plugin will extract loosely your distribution prerequisites from your files using Perl::PrereqScanner.
If some prereqs are not found, you can still add them manually with the Prereqs plugin.
This plugin will skip the modules shipped within your dist.
Note, if you have any non-Perl files in your
t/ directory or other directories being scanned, be sure to mark those files' encoding as
bytes with the Encoding plugin so they won't be scanned:
[Encoding] encoding = bytes match = ^t/data/
This is the name of a FileFinder whose files will be scanned to determine runtime prerequisites. It may be specified multiple times. The default value is
finder, but for test-phase prerequisites. The default value is
finder, but for configure-phase prerequisites. There is no default value; AutoPrereqs will not determine configure-phase prerequisites unless you set configure_finder.
finder, but for develop-phase prerequisites. The default value is
This is an arrayref of regular expressions, derived from all the 'skip' lines in the configuration. Any module names matching any of these regexes will not be registered as prerequisites.
The relationship used for the registered prerequisites. The default value is 'requires'; other options are 'recommends' and 'suggests'.
This is an arrayref of scanner names (as expected by Perl::PrereqScanner). If present, it will be passed as the
scanners parameter to Perl::PrereqScanner, which means that it will replace the default list of scanners.
This plugin was originally contributed by Jerome Quelin.
Ricardo SIGNES 😏 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is copyright (c) 2018 by Ricardo SIGNES.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.