Dist::Zilla::Plugin::UploadToCPAN - upload the dist to CPAN
If loaded, this plugin will allow the release command to upload to the CPAN.
This plugin looks for configuration in your
dist.ini or (more likely)
[%PAUSE] username = YOUR-PAUSE-ID password = YOUR-PAUSE-PASSWORD
If this configuration does not exist, it can read the configuration from
~/.pause, in the same format that cpan-upload requires:
user YOUR-PAUSE-ID password YOUR-PAUSE-PASSWORD
If neither configuration exists, it will prompt you to enter your username and password during the BeforeRelease phase. Entering a blank username or password will abort the release.
You can't put your password in your dist.ini. C'mon now!
This attribute holds the name of a PAUSE stash that will contain the credentials to be used for the upload. By default, UploadToCPAN will look for a
This option supplies the user's PAUSE username. It will be looked for in the user's PAUSE configuration; if not found, the user will be prompted.
This option supplies the user's PAUSE password. It cannot be provided via dist.ini. It will be looked for in the user's PAUSE configuration; if not found, the user will be prompted.
This is the name of the file containing your pause credentials. It defaults .pause. If you give a relative path, it is taken to be relative to "pause_cfg_dir".
This is the directory for resolving a relative "pause_cfg_file". It defaults to
This is a hashref of defaults loaded from ~/.pause -- this attribute is subject to removal in future versions, as the config-loading behavior in CPAN::Uploader is improved.
If given, this specifies a subdirectory under the user's home directory to which to upload. Using this option is not recommended.
If given, this specifies an alternate URI for the PAUSE upload form. By default, the default supplied by CPAN::Uploader is used. Using this option is not recommended in most cases.
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This software is copyright (c) 2016 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.