findeps - A simple command-line tool that makes ready to run Perl script on any environment
$ findeps your_product.pl | cpanm $ findeps Plack.psgi | cpanm $ findeps index.cgi | cpanm $ findeps t/00_compile.t | cpanm #On directory of the modules you made $ findeps Your::Module | cpanm
Now you're ready to run the product you've made with many modules without installing them every single time
findeps is a command line tool that resolves dependencies from too many Perl modules
So I did reinvent what requires just only cpanm.
- -u --upgradeAll OPTION
$ findeps -u index.cgi | cpanm
tries to upgrade modules you've already installed to the newest
- -L --myLib OPTION
$ findeps -L=modules Plack.psgi | cpanm
If you have a local directory named 'modules' not to be 'lib', you can choose it and the modules in there are ignored because you've already holden them.
$ findeps --makeCpanfile Some::Module >| cpanfile
It may be useful when you build a new module with Minilla but NOT recommended yet
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This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.