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NAME ^. only - Load specific module versions; Install many. SYNOPSIS ^. # Install version of MyModule cd MyModule perl make test perl -Monly=install # substitute for 'make install' perl -Monly=install - version= versionlib=/home/ingy/perlmods # Only use MyModule version use only. This Release, only, [Download] [Browse], 25 Apr Links, [ Discussion Forum ] [ View/Report Bugs (10) ] [ Dependencies ] [ Other Tools ]. CPAN Testers, PASS (19) FAIL () NA (1) UNKNOWN (5) [ View Reports ] [ Perl/Platform Version Matrix ]. Rating, **** (3 Reviews) [ Rate this distribution ]. License, The Perl 5. Requirements for a full / public mirror. Good internet connectivity; Around 1GB of storage space for just the current modules. Around 24GB of storage space for the full mirror. It's highly recommended that you also subscribe to the announcements-only cpan-mirrors mailing list by emailing cpan-mirrors- subscribe at

You can use the read-only variables like any regular variables: print $sca; $ something = $sca + $arr[2]; next if $has{$some_key}; # But if you try to modify a value, your program will die: $sca = 7; push @arr, 'seven'; delete $has{key}; # The error message is "Modification of a read-only value attempted" # Alternate form (Perl. install from local directory cpanm --installdeps. # install all the deps for the current directory cpanm -L extlib Plack # install Plack and all non-core deps into extlib cpanm --mirror DBI # use the fast-syncing mirror cpanm --from Plack # use only the HTTPS mirror. Please allow three weeks for proceeding, which should be the maximum during vacation time. Normally we hope to register you within a week. The resulting email traffic will run through [email protected] and will be archived at http://www. [email protected] isn't a mailing list, just an alias.

$faker->add_author($pause_id => \%info);. Low-level method for populating 01mailrc. Only likely to be useful if you are not calling make_cpan. If the author is already known, the info on file is replaced. The %info hash is expected to contain the following data: mailbox - a string like: Ricardo Signes >. NAME ^. only::matching - Check that two Perl files are version-locked. SYNOPSIS ^. At the start of your application's main module package Foo; use strict; use vars qw{$VERSION}; BEGIN { $VERSION = ''; } # code And at the top of your front-end script that loads the module #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use vars. use CPAN::Visitor; my $visitor = CPAN::Visitor->new(cpan => "/path/to/cpan"); # Prepare to visit all distributions $visitor->select(); # Or a subset of distributions $ visitor->select(subtrees => [ 'D/DA', 'A/AD' ], # relative to authors/id/ exclude => qr {/Acme-}, # No Acme- dists match => qr{/Test-} # Only Test- dists); # Action is.

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