scan-perl-prereqs-nqlite traverses several files and subdirectories in the current directory with File::Find to collect all
.psgi files (as well as all the files in
bin directories), and prints a single combined list of prerequisites, which should be suitable for piping to
cpanm or similar tools.
You can also pass files and/or directories to limit files to scan. In this case, however,
scan-perl-prereqs-nqlite may fail to exclude modules that should belong to the same distribution.
Show the version.
Show this help.
Print prerequisites as a JSON if JSON::PP is installed.
- cpanfile, save_cpanfile
Print prerequisites as
cpanfileif Module::CPANfile is installed. If
safe-cpanfileis set, create or update
Print suggestions (
used modules in
eval) as well.
Print requirements/suggestions for developers (
used modules in
authordirectories) as well.
Ignore prerequisites that are bundled in the Perl core (of 5.008001 by default). This requires Module::CoreList version 2.99 or above.
Ignore prerequisites that are bundled in the Perl core of specific version. This implies
Print requirements/suggestions in .pm files that are placed under t/ directory but are not directly used from .t files, too. If Test::Class family is used under t/, this option is implicitly set.
Set the base directory from where
scan-perl-prereqs-nqlitestarts traversing files and directories.
Set a list of paths
scan-perl-prereqs-nqliteshould ignore. This is useful when your distribution has a set of OS-specific modules, for example.
You can also specify a regexp instead of a list of paths. If this is set,
ignoreoptions are ignored.
Set a list of modules
scan-perl-prereqs-nqliteshould consider private, that is, that are not uploaded to the CPAN. Contrary to the
ignoreoption, which makes the scanner skip scanning the file, this option lets the scanner scan files, and excludes matched prerequisites afterwards.
You can also specify a regexp instead of a list of modules. If this is set,
privateoptions are ignored.
Set a list of extra paths
scan-perl-prereqs-nqliteshould also scan. This is useful when your application/distribution uses an untraditional file layout.
scan-perl-prereqs-nqlite \ --feature name:description:lib/My/Plugin/For/SpecificOS \ --feature name:description:web/lib,web/bin
Specify a feature name, a description, and matching paths.
You can specify an index name of CPAN::Common::Index module (such as "Mirror" or "MetaDB") not to list all the modules of a required distribution.
If this is set,
scan-perl-prereqs-nqlitewill traverse subdirectories under
blibto collect runtime requirements. It may return better results if some of the files are located in some uncommon places and/or some of them are listed in
no_index. However, files in
blibmay be older than the ones under
libetc, and you need to update them by running a make or a
Buildscript before you run
Set a list of parsers (or parser tags)
scan-perl-prereqs-nqliteuses. If this option is not set, the scanner uses
:installedparsers by default.
Add a list of additional @INC path
scan-perl-prereqs-nqlitelooks for private parsers.
Kenichi Ishigaki, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is copyright (c) 2015 by Kenichi Ishigaki.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.