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NAME CPAN::Mini::Tested - create a CPAN mirror using modules that have passed tests REQUIREMENTS This module is designed for Perl 5.6.1. The following non-core modules are required: Cache::Simple::TimedExpiry CPAN::Mini DBI DBD::SQLite LWP Regexp::Assemble Installation Installation can be done using the traditional Makefile.PL or the newer Build.PL methods. Using Makefile.PL: perl Makefile.PL make make test make install (On Windows platforms you should use nmake instead.) Using Build.PL (if you have Module::Build installed): perl Build.PL perl Build perl Build test perl Build install SYNOPSYS use CPAN::Mini::Tested; CPAN::Mini::Tested->update_mirror( remote => "http://cpan.mirrors.comintern.su", local => "/usr/share/mirrors/cpan", trace => 1 ); DESCRIPTION This module is a subclass of CPAN::Mini which checks the CPAN Testers database for passing tests of that distribution on your platform. Distributions will only be downloaded if there are passing tests. The major differences are that it will download the testers.db file from the CPAN Testers web site when updating indices, and it will check if a distribution has passed tests in the specified platform before applying other filtering rules to it. See the module documentation for more information. REVISION HISTORY The following changes were made since the previous public release: 0.22 Mon Apr 4 2005 - fixed misuse of Pod::Coverage tests - documented inherited methods See the Changes file for a detailed revision history. DSLIP b - Beta testing d - Developer p - Perl-only O - Object oriented p - Standard Perl See <http://cpan.uwinnipeg.ca/htdocs/faqs/dslip.html> AUTHOR Robert Rothenberg <rrwo at cpan.org> COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE Copyright (C) 2005 by Robert Rothenberg. All Rights Reserved. This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.3 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available. SEE ALSO CPAN::Mini CPAN Testers <http://testers.cpan.org>