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NAME ^

CPAN::YACSmoke::Plugin::SmokeDB - SmokeDB list for Yet Another CPAN Smoke Tester

SYNOPSIS ^

  use CPAN::YACSmoke;
  my $config = {
          list_from => 'SmokeDB', 
  };
  my $foo = CPAN::YACSmoke->new(config => $config);
  my @list = $foo->download_list();

DESCRIPTION ^

This module provides the backend ability to access the list of current modules recorded in the local cpansmoke database.

This module should be use together with CPAN::YACSmoke.

CONSTRUCTOR ^

new()

Creates the plugin object.

METHODS ^

download_list()

Returns the current distributions stored in the local cpansmoke database.

CAVEATS ^

This is a proto-type release. Use with caution and supervision.

The current version has a very primitive interface and limited functionality. Future versions may have a lot of options.

There is always a risk associated with automatically downloading and testing code from CPAN, which could turn out to be malicious or severely buggy. Do not run this on a critical machine.

This module uses the backend of CPANPLUS to do most of the work, so is subject to any bugs of CPANPLUS.

Suggestions and Bug Reporting

Please submit suggestions and report bugs to the CPAN Bug Tracker at http://rt.cpan.org.

SEE ALSO ^

The CPAN Testers Website at http://testers.cpan.org has information about the CPAN Testing Service.

For additional information, see the documentation for these modules:

  CPANPLUS
  Test::Reporter
  CPAN::YACSmoke

AUTHOR ^

Barbie, <<barbie@cpan.org> > for Miss Barbell Productions, http://www.missbarbell.co.uk

Birmingham Perl Mongers, http://birmingham.pm.org/

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

  Copyright (C) 2005 Barbie for Miss Barbell Productions
  All Rights Reserved.

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