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Yes, that might work:
use strict; use warnings; no warnings q{uninitialized}; use Data::Dumper; use Module::CPANTS::Analyse; while (<DATA>) { chomp; my $dist = $_; print $dist . " : "; my $analyser = Module::CPANTS::Analyse->new({ dist => "$dist", }); $analyser->unpack; $analyser->analyse; $analyser->calc_kwalitee; my $hashref = $analyser->d; # print Dumper $hashref; # print Dumper $hashref->{meta_yml}; # meta_yml->{license} if (exists($hashref->{meta_yml}->{license}) && $hashref->{meta_yml}- +>{license} ne '') { print $hashref->{meta_yml}->{license} ."\n"; next; } # license_type if (exists($hashref->{license_type}) && $hashref->{license_type} ne +'') { print $hashref->{license_type} ."\n"; next; } print "no license found\n"; } __DATA__ List-MoreUtils-0.22.tar.gz Log-Dispatch-2.22.tar.gz Mail-Sendmail-0.79.tar.gz
Output:
$ perl analyse-poc.pl List-MoreUtils-0.22.tar.gz : Software::License::Perl_5 Log-Dispatch-2.22.tar.gz : perl Mail-Sendmail-0.79.tar.gz : no license found
Thanks!
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