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NAME Perl::Maker - Make a Custom Perl with Modules SYNOPSIS > perl-maker --make ingy-perl-maker.yaml > make install > make perlbrew > make debian > make dmg > make rpm > make msi STATUS This software is pre-alpha quality. Don't use it yet. DESCRIPTION Perl::Maker creates a custom Perl installation, complete with an entire set of modules, based on a simple YAML specification. You can share the installation as a system package (like Debian for instance). You can also share the YAML specification, or use an existing one from somebody else. The point of Perl::Maker is to make usable Perl installations that are shareable. In many situations (especially in production environments), it is critical not just to require that Perl and some modules to be installed, but specific versions of things that are configured a specific way. With Perl::Maker, you specify all your requirements in a clean and simple YAML file. Perl::Maker will turn this into a Makefile. Then you simply invoke "make" to do all the necessary work. Since the Makefile targets know all their dependencies, when you make small changes to the YAML file, only the minimum work to accomplish your goals will be performed. USAGE Perl::Maker installs a command line tool called "perl-maker". This section explains the commands you can use. perl-maker --new filename.yaml This will create a sample Perl::Maker YAML specification for you. perl-maker --make filename.yaml This will generate a "Makefile" from the YAML specification. TARGETS This section describes the targets that you can use in the "Makefile", to do various tasks. make install This will build everything and install it for you. make debian This will make a Debian package that you can share and install on Debian based systems. make dmg This will make a Mac OS X distribution. make perlbrew Build and install in your perlbrew location. AUTHOR Ingy döt Net <email@example.com> COPYRIGHT Copyright (c) 2011. Ingy döt Net. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See http://www.perl.com/perl/misc/Artistic.html POD ERRORS Hey! The above document had some coding errors, which are explained below: Around line 64: Unknown directive: =enccoding