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NAME

Dist::Zilla::PluginBundle::MITHALDU - Dist::Zilla configuration the way MITHALDU does it

VERSION

version 1.172230

SYNOPSIS

# in dist.ini
[@MITHALDU]

DESCRIPTION

This module is forked off of Dist::Zilla::PluginBundle::DAGOLDEN and modified to suit my own tastes. He did most of the work.

This is a Dist::Zilla PluginBundle. It is roughly equivalent to the following dist.ini:

; version provider
[AutoVersion]  ; build a version from the date
major = 1
 
; choose files to include
[GatherDir]         ; everything under top dir
exclude_filename = README.pod   ; skip this generated file
exclude_filename = META.json    ; skip this generated file
exclude_filename = .gitignore   ; skip this generated file
exclude_filename = README.PATCHING ; skip this generated file
exclude_filename = perlcritic.rc   ; skip this generated file
 
[PruneCruft]        ; default stuff to skip
except = .gitignore
except = README.PATCHING
except = perlcritic.rc
[ManifestSkip]      ; if -f MANIFEST.SKIP, skip those, too
 
; file modifications
[OurPkgVersion]     ; add $VERSION = ... to all files
[InsertCopyright    ; add copyright at "# COPYRIGHT"
[PodWeaver]         ; generate Pod
config_plugin = @MITHALDU ; my own plugin allows Pod::WikiDoc
 
; generated files
[License]           ; boilerplate license
[ReadmeFromPod]     ; from Pod (runs after PodWeaver)
[ReadmeAnyFromPod]  ; create README.pod in repo directory
type = pod
filename = README.pod
location = root
[GenerateFile]
filename    = .gitignore
is_template = 1
content = /.build
content = /{{ $dist->name }}-*
; and more, see Dist::Zilla::PluginBundle::MITHALDU::Templates
[GenerateFile]
filename    = README.PATCHING
is_template = 1
content = README.PATCHING
; and more, see Dist::Zilla::PluginBundle::MITHALDU::Templates
[GenerateFile]
filename    = perlcritic.rc
is_template = 1
content = README.PATCHING
; and more, see Dist::Zilla::PluginBundle::MITHALDU::Templates
 
; t tests
[Test::Compile]     ; make sure .pm files all compile
fake_home = 1       ; fakes $ENV{HOME} just in case
 
; xt tests
[Test::Perl::Critic]; xt/author/critic.t
[MetaTests]         ; xt/release/meta-yaml.t
[PodSyntaxTests]    ; xt/release/pod-syntax.t
[PodCoverageTests]  ; xt/release/pod-coverage.t
[Test::Portability] ; xt/release/portability.t (of file name)
[Test::Version]     ; xt/release/test-version.t
 
; metadata
[AutoPrereqs]       ; find prereqs from code
[MinimumPerl]       ; determine minimum perl version
[GithubMeta]
 
[MetaNoIndex]       ; sets 'no_index' in META
directory = t
directory = xt
directory = examples
directory = corpus
package = DB        ; just in case
 
[Bugtracker]        ; defaults to RT
 
[MetaProvides::Package] ; add 'provides' to META files
meta_noindex = 1        ; respect prior no_index directives
 
[MetaYAML]          ; generate META.yml (v1.4)
[MetaJSON]          ; generate META.json (v2)
 
; build system
[ExecDir]           ; include 'bin/*' as executables
[ShareDir]          ; include 'share/' for File::ShareDir
[MakeMaker]         ; create Makefile.PL
 
; manifest (after all generated files)
[Manifest]          ; create MANIFEST
 
; copy META.json back to repo dis
[CopyFilesFromBuild]
copy = META.json
move = .gitignore
copy = README.PATCHING
copy = perlcritic.rc
 
; before release
[Git::Check]        ; ensure all files checked in
allow_dirty = dist.ini
allow_dirty = Changes
allow_dirty = README.pod
allow_dirty = META.json
 
[CheckPrereqsIndexed]    ; ensure prereqs are on CPAN
[CheckChangesHasContent] ; ensure Changes has been updated
[CheckExtraTests]   ; ensure xt/ tests pass
[TestRelease]       ; ensure t/ tests pass
[ConfirmRelease]    ; prompt before uploading
 
; releaser
[UploadToCPAN]      ; uploads to CPAN
 
; after release
[NextRelease]
 
[Git::Commit] ; commit Changes (as released)
allow_dirty = dist.ini
allow_dirty = Changes
allow_dirty = README.pod
allow_dirty = META.json
 
[Git::Tag]          ; tag repo with custom tag
tag_format = release-%v
 
[Git::Push]         ; push repo to remote
push_to = origin

USAGE

To use this PluginBundle, just add it to your dist.ini. You can provide the following options:

  • is_task -- this indicates whether TaskWeaver or PodWeaver should be used. Default is 0.

  • auto_prereq -- this indicates whether AutoPrereq should be used or not. Default is 1.

  • tag_format -- given to Git::Tag. Default is 'release-%v' to be more robust than just the version number when parsing versions

  • major_version -- overrides the major version set by AutoVersion

  • fake_release -- swaps FakeRelease for UploadToCPAN. Mostly useful for testing a dist.ini without risking a real release.

  • weaver_config -- specifies a Pod::Weaver bundle. Defaults to @MITHALDU.

  • no_critic -- omit Test::Perl::Critic tests

  • gitignore -- adds entries to be added to .gitignore (can be repeated)

  • exclude_match -- regexes to exclude files from the dist (can be repeated)

  • prune_except -- regexes to except files from being pruned as cruft (can be repeated)

SEE ALSO

SUPPORT

Bugs / Feature Requests

Please report any bugs or feature requests through the issue tracker at https://github.com/wchristian/dist-zilla-pluginbundle-mithaldu/issues. You will be notified automatically of any progress on your issue.

Source Code

This is open source software. The code repository is available for public review and contribution under the terms of the license.

https://github.com/wchristian/dist-zilla-pluginbundle-mithaldu

git clone https://github.com/wchristian/dist-zilla-pluginbundle-mithaldu.git

AUTHOR

Christian Walde <walde.christian@gmail.com>

CONTRIBUTOR

David Golden <dagolden@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Christian Walde has dedicated the work to the Commons by waiving all of his or her rights to the work worldwide under copyright law and all related or neighboring legal rights he or she had in the work, to the extent allowable by law.

Works under CC0 do not require attribution. When citing the work, you should not imply endorsement by the author.