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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • use a Bundle (Score:3, Informative)

    by hfb (74) on 2002.05.14 23:12 (#8427) Homepage Journal

    Use autobundle from the list of the modules you want up to date and then just write a cheap script to install them into a temp and non-priv location if you don't want to run it as root. See the CPAN FAQ and the CPAN.pm docs :)

  • Easiest method is probably to use CPANPLUS and rip the code for the 'o' command (CPAN.pm's 'r'). That'll get you a list of modules. Then you just need to run an install for each one. Shouldn't be too hard.
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  • /usr/bin/perl -MCPAN -e 'CPAN::Shell->install(CPAN::Shell->r)'

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    -- briac
    • C<install> is exported by default, so you can just install(CPAN::Shell->r).

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