use strict;
use warnings;

our $VERSION = '0.08';

use Getopt::Long;
use Pod::Usage;
use Debian::Apt::PM;
use JSON::Util;
use List::MoreUtils 'uniq';
use IO::Uncompress::Gunzip;
use CPAN;
use CPAN::Module;

our $apm = Debian::Apt::PM->new();

exit main();

sub main {
	my $help;
	my $packages_file = $apm->packages_dependencies;
	my $simulate;
	my $force_all = 0;
	my $use_sudo;
	my $print_version;
		'help|h'            => \$help,
		'packages-file|p=s' => \$packages_file,
		'dummy|n'           => \$simulate,
		'force-all|a'       => \$force_all,
		'sudo|s'            => \$use_sudo,
		'version|V'         => \$print_version,
	) or pod2usage;
	pod2usage if $help;
	print_version() if $print_version;
		unless shift @ARGV eq 'install';
	die 'no such file '.$packages_file.' (`apt-pm update`?)'
		unless -r $packages_file;

	my ($debs_to_install, $modules_to_install) = $apm->resolve_install_depends($force_all, @ARGV);
	my @cmds;
	push @cmds, [ ($use_sudo ? 'sudo' : ()), 'apt-get', 'install',  @$debs_to_install ]
		if @$debs_to_install;
	push @cmds, [ ($use_sudo ? 'sudo' : ()), 'cpan', '-i', @$modules_to_install ]
		if @$modules_to_install;
	foreach my $cmd (@cmds) {
		print join(" ",@{$cmd}), "\n";
			unless $simulate;
	return 0;

sub print_version {
	print "$0 $VERSION, Debian::Apt::PM $Debian::Apt::PM::VERSION\n";
	exit 0;


=head1 NAME

apt-cpan - installs CPAN modules from Debian repository if possible


	apt-cpan install Data::asXML
		--dummy|n         dummy run, just display what is going to be done
		--packages-file|p path to 02packages.dependencies.txt.gz
		--force-all|a     print out all Debian packages and Perl modules needed


Installs module and it's (recursive) dependencies from Debian repository
if available, if not then fallback to CPAN shell.