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Command
force
Argument
make|test| install EXPR
Description
Forces a make, test, or install on a command within the current session Normally, modules are not rebuilt or installed within the current session Displays the README file Loads the most recent CPAN index files, or the latest version of the CPAN module Displays the help menu Gets and sets the various configuration options for the CPAN module
readme reload h| o ! q Table B-3 EXPR index|cpan
Evaluates the Perl expression EXPR Quits the interactive shell
Commands for the Interactive Shell (continued)
To install a CPAN bundle:
cpan> install Bundle::LWP Fetching with Net::FTP: ftp://ftpdemoncouk/pub/mirrors/perl/CPAN/authors/id/GAAS/ libwww-perl-542targz CPAN: MD5 security checks disabled because MD5 not installed Please consider installing the MD5 module x libwww-perl-542/, 0 bytes, 0 tape blocks x libwww-perl-542/t/, 0 bytes, 0 tape blocks x libwww-perl-542/t/net/, 0 bytes, 0 tape blocks x libwww-perl-542/t/net/cgi-bin/, 0 bytes, 0 tape blocks x libwww-perl-542/t/net/cgi-bin/test, 526 bytes, 2 tape blocks
In addition to the commands in Table B-3, the interactive shell supports two commands that should only be used by experienced users: autobundle and recompile
Appendix B:
Standard Perl Library
The autobundle function writes a bundle file into the $CPAN::Config->{cpan_ home}/Bundle directory The new bundle contains all of the modules currently installed in the current Perl environment that are also available from CPAN You can then use this file as the source for installing the same bundle of modules on a number of machines The recompile function forces the reinstallation of all the installed modules that make use of the XS extension system This solves problems when an update to the operating system breaks binary compatibility The function will re-download the necessary modules and rebuild them under the updated environment
Programmable Interface
Depending on what you are trying to achieve, you might find the programmable interface to be more useful All of the commands available in the interactive shell are also available as CPAN::Shell methods within any Perl script The methods take the same arguments as their shell interface equivalents The CPAN module works with a series of subclasses for handling information about authors, bundles, modules, and distributions The classes are CPAN::Author, CPAN::Bundle, CPAN::Module, and CPAN::Distribution Individual methods are identical to those outlined in the shell in Table B-3 The core of the system is still the CPAN::Shell module Individual methods are identical to their command equivalents; but instead of outputting a list to STDOUT, the methods return a list of suitable IDs for the corresponding entity type This allows you to combine individual methods into entire statements something not available in the shell For example,
$ perl -MCPAN -e 'CPAN::Shell->install(CPAN::Shell->r)'
will reinstall all of the outdated modules currently installed The CPAN::Shell module also supports a further function, expand:
expand(TYPE, LIST)
This returns an array of CPAN::Module objects expanded according to their correct type The LIST is the list of entries to expand For example, you can expand and install a number of modules at once, using
APPENDIXES for $module (qw/Bundle::libnet Bundle::LWP/) { my $object = CPAN::Shell->expand('Module',$module); $object->install; }
References
2, Web Appendix B (wwwosbornecom)
Perl: The Complete Reference
CPAN::FirstTime
This is a utility for configuring the CPAN module:
CPAN::FirstTime::init();
The init function asks some simple questions about the current environment and updates the CPAN::Config file that will be used by the CPAN module when downloading and building extensions
Reference
See CPAN
CPAN::Nox
This module supports the normal CPAN functionality but avoids the use of XS extensions during execution
$ perl -MCPAN::Nox -e shell
This is intended for use when the binary compatibility has been broken between the Perl binary and the extensions The preceding command puts you into the familiar CPAN interactive state
Reference
See CPAN
This module provides a platform-independent interface for discovering the current working directory The module provides three functions:
use Cwd; $dir = cwd(); $dir = getcwd(); $dir = fastcwd();
The cwd function provides the safest method for discovering the current working directory The getcwd function uses the getcwd() or getwd() C functions, if they are available on your platform
Appendix B:
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