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Manual Reference Pages  -  SCAN-PREREQS-CPANFILE (1)

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NAME

scan-prereqs-cpanfile - Scan prerequisite modules and generate CPANfile

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



    % scan-prereqs-cpanfile

        --diff=META.json      # Generate diff from META.json
        --diff=cpanfile       # Generate diff from cpanfile
        --ignore=extlib/



DESCRIPTION

This script scans prerequisite modules from your code, and generate CPANfile. You can also list missing prerequisite modules.

SCANNING RULES

Used modules in ‘Build.PL‘ or ‘Makefile.PL‘ as ’test’ requires
Used modules in ‘t/‘ as ’test’ requires
Used modules in ‘xt/‘, ‘benchmark/‘ and ‘author/‘ as ’develop’ requires
Used modules in other directories as ’runtime’ requires

OPTIONS

--diff


        --diff=META.json      # Generate diff from META.json
        --diff=cpanfile       # Generate diff from cpanfile



Compare the scanning result with META.json, META.yml or cpanfile. With this option, scan-prereqs-cpanfile displays missing prerequisite modules only.

--ignore


    --ignore=tools/



Ignore some directories.

--include-empty By default, phases without any prereqs are not dumped, By giving this option, cpanfile will have an empty block such as:



    on test => sub {

    };



Defaults to false.

--scan-test-requires (EXPERIMENTAL) Scan test files and include the modules specified by Test::Requires as ’develop’ requires.

AUTHOR

Tokuhiro Matsuno

SEE ALSO

Module::CPANfile, Perl::PrereqScanner::Lite
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