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Shoichi Kaji
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NAME

cpm - a fast CPAN module installer

SYNOPSIS

  # install modules into local/
  > cpm install Module1 Module2 ...

  # install Plack, and at the same time, keep builds of CPAN distributions in ~/.perl-cpm/builds
  > cpm install --prebuilt Plack
  # install the prebuilts in ~/.perl-cpm/builds
  > cd another-dir; cpm install --prebuilt Plack

  # install modules with verbose messages
  > cpm install -v Module

  # from cpanfile (with cpanfile.snapshot if any)
  > cpm install

  # install module into current @INC istead of local/
  > cpm install -g Module

  # prefer TRIAL release
  > cpm install --dev Moose

  # install modules as if version of your perl is 5.8.5
  # so that modules which are not core in 5.8.5 will be installed
  > cpm install --target-perl 5.8.5

  # resolve distribution names from DARKPAN/modules/02packages.details.txt.gz
  # and fetch distibutions from DARKPAN/authors/id/...
  > cpm install --resolver 02packages,http://example.com/darkpan Your::Module
  > cpm install --resolver 02packages,file:///path/to/darkpan    Your::Module

  # use darkpan first, and if it fails, use metadb and normal CPAN
  > cpm install --resolver 02packages,http://example.com/darkpan --resolver metadb Your::Module

  # specify types/phases in cpanfile by "--with-*" and "--without-*" options
  > cpm install --with-recommends --without-test

OPTIONS

  -w, --workers=N
        number of workers, default: 5
  -L, --local-lib-contained=DIR
        directory to install modules into, default: local/
  -g, --global
        install modules into current @INC instead of local/
  -v, --verbose
        verbose mode; you can see what is going on
      --prebuilt, --no-prebuilt
        save builds for CPAN distributions; and later, install the prebuilts if available
        you can also set $ENV{PERL_CPM_PREBUILT} true to enable this option
      --target-perl=VERSION  (EXPERIMENTAL)
        install modules as if verison is your perl is VERSION
      --mirror=URL
        base url for the CPAN mirror to use, you can use --mirror multiple times
        default: https://cpan.metacpan.org
  -r, --resolver=class,args (EXPERIMENTAL, will be removed or renamed)
        specify resolvers, you can use --resolver multiple times
        available classes: metadb/metacpan/02packages/snapshot
      --reinstall
        reinstall the distribution even if you already have the latest version installed
      --dev (EXPERIMENTAL)
        resolve TRIAL distributions too
      --color, --no-color
        turn on/off color output, default: on
      --test, --no-test
        run test cases, default: no
      --man-pages
        generate man pages
      --retry, --no-retry
        retry configure/build/test/install if fails, default: retry
      --configure-timeout=sec, --build-timeout=sec, --test-timeout=sec
        specify configure/build/test timeout second, default: 60sec, 3600sec, 1800sec
      --show-progress, --no-show-progress
        show progress, default: on
  -V, --version
        show version
  -h, --help
        show this help
      --with-requires,   --without-requires   (default: with)
      --with-recommends, --without-recommends (default: without)
      --with-suggests,   --without-suggests   (default: without)
      --with-configure,  --without-configure  (default: without)
      --with-build,      --without-build      (default: with)
      --with-test,       --without-test       (default: with)
      --with-runtime,    --without-runtime    (default: with)
      --with-develop,    --without-develop    (default: without)
        specify types/phases of dependencies in cpanfile to be installed

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright 2015 Shoichi Kaji <skaji@cpan.org>

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