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Well, they say that good Perl programmers are lazy.   Goody for the good ones.   Fortunately, I guess that programmers like me must be lazy, too.  

#!/usr/bin/env perl use strict; use warnings; use Data::Dumper; print STDERR "Scanning ...\n"; # find dependent things ... note 'scandeps' only considers modules. # note: do not say "*.pm" here or you won't look in subdirs # replace 'path_to_my_app_libs' with whatever is correct for you ... my @output = qx{ /path_to_my_app_libs/*}; my @keepers; # The output of interest is the module-name, found in single quotes foreach (@output) { chomp; next unless /^'([A-Z].*?)'/; push @keepers, $1; } print STDERR "Installing ...\n"; foreach (@keepers) { # The output is a little "wordy." # Omit hundreds o' things that we know are really parts of others. next if /^Date::Manip::TZ::/; next if /^Date::Manip::Offset::/; qx{cpanm $_}; # install it } # see if we got everything ... # (failure of some of these is not necessarily awful) foreach (@keepers) { print STDERR "require $_\n"; eval "require $_"; # magic necessary voodoo ... see 'perldo +c require' } print "Normal completion.\n";

At first I was seriously flummoxed by the fact that I did not get complete results.   It turns out that it is very important that the command ends with “*” and not, as originally written, “*.pm”   (The first form omits subdirectories.)

This script requires App::cpanminus (for cpanm) and Module::ScanDeps (for

As written, it still does not make any improvements to the order in which things are attempted.   I took a brief look at the hashref returned by scan_deps() and it does look like it could be used more fully, i.e. in order to do that.   (No doubt, it already has...)

In reply to Re: How to clean-up an autobundle so it's really "auto-installable" by sundialsvc4
in thread How to clean-up an autobundle so it's really "auto-installable" by sundialsvc4

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