|Module::Install::Bundle(3)||User Contributed Perl Documentation||Module::Install::Bundle(3)|
use inc::Module::Install; name 'Foo-Bar'; all_from 'lib/Foo/Bar.pm'; requires 'Baz' => '1.60'; # one of either: bundle 'Baz' => '1.60'; # OR: auto_bundle; WriteAll;
While bundling will increase the size of your distribution, it has several benefits:
Allows installation of bundled distributions when CPAN is unavailable Allows installation of bundled distributions when networking is unavailable Allows everything your distribution needs to be packaged in one place
Bundling differs from auto-installation in that when it comes time to install, a bundled distribution will be installed based on the distribution bundled with your distribution, whereas with auto-installation the distribution to be installed will be acquired from CPAN and then installed.
Takes no arguments, will bundle every distribution specified by a "requires()". When you, as a module author, do a "perl Makefile.PL" the latest versions of the distributions to be bundled will be acquired from CPAN and placed in inc/BUNDLES/.
- bundle($name, $version)
Takes a list of key/value pairs specifying a distribution name and version number. When you, as a module author, do a perl Makefile.PL the distributions that you specified with "bundle()" will be acquired from CPAN and placed in inc/BUNDLES/.
- bundle_deps($name, $version)
Same as "bundle", except that all dependencies of the bundled modules are also detected and bundled. To use this function, you need to declare the minimum supported perl version first, like this:
perl_version( '5.005' );
Same as "auto_bundle", except that all dependencies of the bundled modules are also detected and bundled. This function has the same constraints as bundle_deps.
Documentation by Adam Foxson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.