This distribution creates a tiny app called
cpanm-reporter that lets
you send cpanm output to CPAN Testers.
New to CPAN Testers' reporting? No problem! Just run:
> cpanm-reporter --setup
And we will walk you through everything you need :)
(if you already use CPAN::Reporter, you can safely skip the setup)
Call cpanm as you normally would:
> cpanm Moose Catalyst::Runtime Data::Printer ...
then, just call cpanm-reporter:
--build_dir=PATH Where your build directory is, containing each dist's subdir. Default: $HOME/.cpanm/latest-build --build_logfile=PATH Where the build.log is. Default: $BUILD_DIR/build.log --verbose (or -v) Extra output --quiet (or -q) As little output as possible (voids -v) --setup Sets up the CPAN Testers configuration for you --only=A::B,C::D,... Only send reports for these modules --exclude=A::B,... Don't send reports for these modules --dry-run Prepare, but do not actually send reports --skip-history Skips reading/writing to CPAN Testers' history file
For more information, please refer to the full documentation at:
That same documentation will also be available to you after installation at the command line. Just type:
after installing this module.
To install this module via cpanm:
> cpanm App::cpanminus::reporter
Or, at the cpan shell:
cpan> install App::cpanminus::reporter
If you wish to install it manually, download and unpack the tarball and run the following commands:
perl Makefile.PL make make test make install
Thank you for using cpanm-reporter! Please let me know of potential issues, bugs and wishlists :)
COPYRIGHT AND LICENCE
Copyright (C) 2012-2015, Breno G. de Oliveira
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.