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NAME ^

Shipwright::Script::Import - Import sources and their dependencies

SYNOPSIS ^

 shipwright import cpan:Jifty cpan:Catalyst

OPTIONS ^

 -m [--comment] COMMENT         : specify the comment
 --name NAME                    : specify the source name (only alphanumeric
                                  characters, . and -)
 --as                           : the branch name
 --build-script FILENAME        : specify the build script
 --require-yml FILENAME         : specify the require.yml
 --no-follow                    : don't follow the dependency chain
 --extra-test FILENAME          : specify the extra test source
                                  (for --only-test when building)
 --test-script FILENAME         : specify the test script (for --only-test when
                                  building)
 --min-perl-version             : minimal perl version (default is the same as
                                  the one which runs this command)
 --overwrite                    : import dependency sources anyway even if they
                                  are already in the shipyard
 --version                      : specify the source's version
 --skip                         : specify a list of sources not to import
 --skip-recommends              : specify a list of sources of which recommends 
                                  not to import
 --skip-all-recommends          : skip all the recommends to import
 --skip-all-test-requires       : skip all the test requires to import
 --skip-all-build-requires      : skip all the build requires to import
 --skip-installed               : skip all the installed modules to import
 --include-dual-lifed           : include modules which live both in the perl core 
                                  and on CPAN
 --no-default-build             : don't try to detect and set build system

DESCRIPTION ^

The import command imports a new source into a shipyard from a number of supported source types (enumerated below). If a source of the name specified by --name already exists in the shipyard, the old files for that source in /sources and /scripts are deleted and new ones are added. This is the recommended method for updating non-svn, svk, or CPAN sources to new versions. (see Shipwright::Script::Update for more information on the update command, which is used for updating svn, svk, and CPAN dists).

SUPPORTED SOURCE TYPES ^

Generally, the format is type:schema; be careful, there is no blank between type and schema, just a colon.

CPAN

e.g. cpan:Jifty::DBI cpan:File::Spec

CAVEAT: we don't support renaming CPAN sources when importing, because it *really* is not a good idea and may hurt shipwright somewhere.

File

e.g. file:/home/sunnavy/foo-1.23.tar.gz file:/home/sunnavy/foo-1.23.tar.bz2 file:/home/sunnavy/foo-1.23.tgz

Directory

e.g. directory:/home/sunnavy/foo-1.23 dir:/home/sunnavy/foo-1.23

HTTP

e.g. http:http://example/foo-1.23.tar.gz

You can also omit one `http', like this:

http://example.com/foo-1.23.tar.gz

.tgz and .tar.bz2 are also supported.

FTP

e.g. ftp:ftp://example.com/foo-1.23.tar.gz ftp://example.com/foo-1.23.tar.gz

.tgz and .tar.bz2 are also supported.

SVK

e.g. svk://public/foo-1.23 svk:/local/foo-1.23

SVN

e.g. svn:file:///home/public/foo-1.23 svn:http://svn.example.com/foo-1.23

Git

e.g. git:file:///opt/foo.git git://github.com/bestpractical/shipwright.git

Shipyard

e.g. shipyard:/tmp/fs/foo

GLOBAL OPTIONS ^

 -r [--repository] REPOSITORY   : specify the repository uri of our shipyard
 -l [--log-level] LOGLEVEL      : specify the log level
                                  (info, debug, warn, error, or fatal)
 --log-file FILENAME            : specify the log file

AUTHORS ^

sunnavy <sunnavy@bestpractical.com>

LICENCE AND COPYRIGHT ^

Shipwright is Copyright 2007-2012 Best Practical Solutions, LLC.

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

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