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NAME

cpanfile - A format for describing CPAN dependencies for Perl applications

SYNOPSIS

requires 'Catalyst', '5.8000';
requires 'CatalystX::Singleton', '>= 1.1000, < 2.000';

recommends 'JSON::XS', '2.0';
conflicts 'JSON', '< 1.0';

osname 'MSWin32' => sub {
    requires 'Win32::File';
};

on 'test' => sub {
    requires 'Test::More', '>= 0.96, < 2.0';
    recommends 'Test::TCP', '1.12';
};

on 'develop' => sub {
    recommends 'Devel::NYTProf';
};

perl '< v5.10' => sub {
    requires 'Hash::Util::FieldHash::Compat';
};

VERSION

0.9000

DESCRIPTION

cpanfile describes CPAN dependencies required to execute associated Perl code.

Place the cpanfile in the root of the directory containing the associated code. For instance, in a Catalyst application, place the cpanfile in the same directory as myapp.conf.

Tools supporting cpanfile format (e.g. cpanm and carton) will automatically detect the file and install dependencies for the code to run.

AUTHOR

Tatsuhiko Miyagawa

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The format (DSL syntax) is inspired by Module::Install and Module::Build::Functions.

cpanfile specification (this document) is based on Ruby's Gemfile specification.

SEE ALSO

CPAN::Meta::Spec Module::Install Carton

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