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How can that be? cpan and cpanm are simply front ends for the installers provided by the distributions.

Because it never tries to download  1,781,641 02packages.details.txt.gz and then unzip/load into a  44,652,400 sourcefiles.s2.39.c0.9133.stored or  21,497,461 Metadata or a  18,997,248 cpandb.sql

These numbers are a 2-6 years old, thats when I switched to cpanminus away from cpanplus and rarely cpan


In reply to Re^4: Should cpanminus be part of the standard Perl release? by Anonymous Monk
in thread Should cpanminus be part of the standard Perl release? by marto

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