Dist::Zilla::Plugin::Repository - Automatically sets repository URL from svn/svk/Git checkout for Dist::Zilla
# dist.ini [Repository]
The code is mostly a copy-paste of Module::Install::Repository
This is the name of the remote to use for the public repository (if you use Git). By default, unsurprisingly, to origin.
This attribute is deprecated. If the remote is a GitHub repository, list only the https url (https://github.com/fayland/dist-zilla-plugin-repository) and not the actual clonable url (git://github.com/fayland/dist-zilla-plugin-repository.git). This used to default to true, but as of 0.16 it defaults to false.
The CPAN Meta 2 spec defines separate keys for the clonable
urland web front-end
web. The Meta 1 specs allowed only 1 URL. If you set
github_httpto true, the
urlkey will be removed from the v2 metadata, and the v1 metadata will then use the
Instead of setting
github_http, you should use the MetaJSON plugin to include a v2 META.json file with both URLs.
You can set this attribute if you want a specific repository instead of the plugin to auto-identify your repository.
An example would be if you're releasing a module from your fork, and you don't want it to identify your fork, so you can specify the repository explicitly.
In the Meta 2 spec, this is the
This should be the (lower-case) name of the most common program used to work with the repository, e.g. git, svn, cvs, darcs, bzr or hg. It's normally determined automatically, but you can override it.
This is a URL pointing to a human-usable web front-end for the repository. Currently, only Github repositories get this set automatically.
Fayland Lam <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ricardo SIGNES <email@example.com>
Moritz Onken <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Christopher J. Madsen <email@example.com>
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
This software is copyright (c) 2014 by Fayland Lam, Ricardo SIGNES, Moritz Onken, Christopher J. Madsen.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.