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As of 5.10, CPANPLUS will become part of the core (under another, undetermined name). Although at this point it is at version 0.036 and the public interface is still subject to change, most of the fundamental pieces are in place. Now is a good time to test it out and report any bugs.

One thing that should be noted is that you should not try to install CPANPLUS via CPAN.pm--the interactive install doesn't seem to be handled properly.

You can read about CPANPLUS at sourceforge. There was also an article, although it discusses an earlier version so some syntax might be obsolete. An additional article describes the interface to testing.

Some of the main differences between CPANPLUS and CPAN.pm are:

  • CPANPLUS is designed to work cross-platform (parts of it are written in the Windows environment)
  • CPANPLUS has a layered interface which seperates the shell from the programatic interface.

In reply to (kudra: CPANPLUS) Re: To install a module... by kudra
in thread To install a module... by tye 

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