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- Distribution: CPAN-Plugin-Sysdeps
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cpan-sysdeps - report system dependencies for CPAN modules
cpan-sysdeps --cpanmod Foo::Bar cpan-sysdeps --cpandist Foo-Bar-1.23.tar.gz
Option to select a CPAN distribution. At least one of these two is mandatory:
Options to simulate another environment:
Change the operating system name. Values are the same as in perl's
Change the operating system version. On FreeBSD systems this is the output of
--os=linuxonly: change the distribution id. This is a lowercase name like
--os=linuxonly: change the distribution version code name. This is a name like
--os=linuxonly: change the distribution version.
Show only the packages which are currently uninstalled. Of course, this makes only sense if the environment is not simulated to something else.
If there happen to be alternatives in the package specifications and all of these are not installed, then these will be reduced to the first package in the specification.
Show the package installation commands which would run.
Actually run the package installation commands.
debugoption of CPAN::Plugin::Sysdeps.
There's no real mapping from CPAN module names to distribution names and vice versa. Currently it's best to stick to just module names, as currently the mapping file only uses module names. A real solution would have to use CPAN.pm or a suitable web service.
--linuxdistroversionhave to be set; there's no automatic conversion between those two. Currently the mapping file uses only codenames, so it may be sufficient to specify only this one.
It's not possible to specify a custom mapping like in CPAN::Plugin::Sysdeps.
apt-get install $(cpan-sysdeps --uninstalled --cpanmod Foo::Bar)
cpan-sysdeps --cpanmod Foo::Bar --run
Module Install Instructions
To install CPAN::Plugin::Sysdeps, copy and paste the appropriate command in to your terminal.
perl -MCPAN -e shell install CPAN::Plugin::Sysdeps
For more information on module installation, please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide.