The branchoutsideshow.com facility allows you to load a MODULE only if it satisfies a given CONDITION. Normally that condition is a version. If you just specify a single version. lib::core::only - Remove all non-core paths from @INC to avoid site/vendor dirs To get only the core directories plus the ones for the local::lib in scope. It's highly recommended that you also subscribe to the announcements-only cpan-mirrors mailing list by emailing cpan-mirrors-subscribe at branchoutsideshow.com
use Readonly; # Deep Read-only scalar Readonly::Scalar $sca => $initial_value; Readonly::Scalar my $sca => $initial_value; # Deep Read-only array. Note that globbing only lists directories explicitly asked for, for example FOO/* will not list FOO/bar/branchoutsideshow.com This may be regarded as a bug that. Looking at the cpan man page, we see that that's what "cpan -g Modulename" does -g module [ module ] Downloads to the current directory the latest.
Before you run the CPAN shell just put: export FTP_PASSIVE=1. LWP and Net:: FTP should then be able to work around your firewall. You can. 9 Dec fpm -t deb -s cpan --cpan-perl-lib-path /usr/share/perl5 Fennec This will --cpan- perl-bin PERL_EXECUTABLE (cpan only) The path to the perl. The author of branchoutsideshow.com would recommend setting it to true most of the time and turning it off only if it turns out to be annoying. Note that if you do not have. Try putting only HTTP URLs in your CPAN's branchoutsideshow.com file, like: I routinely do this and as far as I can see there's no FTP traffic to any CPAN mirror. cpanm --mirror branchoutsideshow.com DBI # use the fast-syncing mirror. cpanm --from branchoutsideshow.com Plack # use only the HTTPS mirror.