Léon Brocard

NAME

CPAN::Mirror::Finder - Find a locally-configured CPAN mirror

SYNOPSIS

  use CPAN::Mirror::Finder;
  my $finder = CPAN::Mirror::Finder->new;
  my @mirrors = $finder->find_all_mirrors;

  my @cpanmini_mirrors = $finder->find_cpanmini_mirrors;
  my @cpan_mirrors = $finder->find_cpan_mirrors;
  my @cpanplus_mirrors = $finder->find_cpanplus_mirrors;

DESCRIPTION

This modules makes it easy to find a locally-configured CPAN mirror. There are many ways to have a CPAN mirror. The most explicit is to use CPAN::Mini with a configuration file to have an entirely local CPAN mirror.

Also CPAN.pm can be configured with details of CPAN mirrors.

Also CPANPLUS can be configured with details of CPAN mirrors. This also contains sensible defaults if the user has not configured anything.

All methods return URI objects.

METHODS

find_all_mirrors

Returns a combination of all the ways of finding locally-configured CPAN mirror:

  my @mirrors = $finder->find_mirror; # returns all the following

find_cpanmini_mirrors

Returns a local CPAN::Mini mirror, if any:

  my @cpanmini_mirrors = $finder->find_cpanmini_mirrors;

find_cpan_mirrors

Returns the mirrors configured by CPAN.pm:

  my @cpan_mirrors = $finder->find_cpan_mirrors;

find_cpanplus_mirrors

Returns the mirrors configured by CPANPLUS:

  my @cpanplus_mirrors = $finder->find_cpanplus_mirrors;

AUTHOR

Leon Brocard <acme@astray.com>.

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2011, Leon Brocard

LICENSE

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