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Also called 'cpan' :)

pc03:/W 503 $ cpan Terminal does not support AddHistory. cpan shell -- CPAN exploration and modules installation (v1.7601) ReadLine support available (try 'install Bundle::CPAN') cpan> help Display Information command argument description a,b,d,m WORD or /REGEXP/ about authors, bundles, distributions, mod +ules i WORD or /REGEXP/ about anything of above r NONE reinstall recommendations ls AUTHOR about files in the author's directory Download, Test, Make, Install... get download make make (implies get) test MODULES, make test (implies make) install DISTS, BUNDLES make install (implies test) clean make clean look open subshell in these dists' directories readme display these dists' README files Other h,? display this menu ! perl-code eval a perl comma +nd o conf [opt] set and query options q quit the cpan she +ll reload cpan load again reload index load newer indice +s autobundle Snapshot force cmd unconditionally d +o cmd cpan>

Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

In reply to Re^2: a nice perl package tool linux by Tux
in thread a nice perl package tool linux by spx2

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