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Manual Reference Pages  -  CPANPLUS::SHELL::DEFAULT::PLUGINS::CUSTOMSOURCE (3)

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NAME

CPANPLUS::Shell::Default::Plugins::CustomSource - add custom sources to CPANPLUS

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



    ### elaborate help text
    CPAN Terminal> /? cs

    ### add a new custom source
    CPAN Terminal> /cs --add file:///path/to/releases

    ### list all your custom sources by
    CPAN Terminal> /cs --list

    ### display the contents of a custom source by URI or ID
    CPAN Terminal> /cs --contents file:///path/to/releases
    CPAN Terminal> /cs --contents 1

    ### Update a custom source by URI or ID
    CPAN Terminal> /cs --update file:///path/to/releases
    CPAN Terminal> /cs --update 1

    ### Remove a custom source by URI or ID
    CPAN Terminal> /cs --remove file:///path/to/releases
    CPAN Terminal> /cs --remove 1

    ### Write an index file for a custom source, to share
    ### with 3rd parties or remote users
    CPAN Terminal> /cs --write file:///path/to/releases

    ### Make sure to save your sources when adding/removing
    ### sources, so your changes are reflected in the cache:
    CPAN Terminal> x



DESCRIPTION

This is a CPANPLUS::Shell::Default plugin that can add custom sources to your CPANPLUS installation. This is a wrapper around the custom module sources code as outlined in CUSTOM MODULE SOURCES in CPANPLUS::Backend.

This allows you to extend your index of available modules beyond what’s available on CPAN with your own local distributions, or ones offered by third parties.

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perl v5.20.3 CPANPLUS::SHELL::DEFAULT::PLUGINS::CUSTOMSOURCE (3) 2015-10-15

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