- GENERAL COMMAND OPTIONS
- SEE ALSO
- COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
escort - client for managing local or remote private CPAN repositories
escort [options] commands [command options] command parameter
Root of your CPAN directory
Use this file, instead of the .escort.yml inside the CPAN directory.
Adding several distributions to your CPAN. It takes the distributions for adding as parameter.
Starts up a webserver for accessing your CPAN.
By default it listens to port 80 on all IPs, you can give another value here, in form of HOST:PORT, :PORT or /var/run/socket.file.
[TODO] Generates CPAN from given lib directory. See Dist::Surveyor for further informations about this feature.
[TODO] Add current directory with given Dist-Name.
All commands who add distributions to a seat, like add, get, surveyor and release take the following optional options:
Defines the Sub-CPAN for the specific action, if not given the root repository will be used
Do the specific action as the specific author identification on your CPAN
If possible, use the author name of the original package.
Torsten Raudssus <email@example.com> https://raudss.us/
This software is copyright (c) 2013 by Raudssus Social Software.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.