CPAN::Meta::Check − Verify requirements in a CPAN::Meta object
warn "$_\n" for verify_dependencies($meta, [qw/runtime build test/], 'requires');
This module verifies if requirements described in a CPAN::Meta object are present.
This function checks if all dependencies in $reqs (a CPAN::Meta::Requirements object) are met, taking into account that ’conflicts’ dependencies have to be checked in reverse. It returns a hash with the modules as keys and any problems as values; the value for a successfully found module will be undef. Modules are searched for in @$incdirs, defaulting to @INC.
$phases, $types, $incdirs)
Check all requirements in $meta for phases $phases and type $type. Modules are searched for in @$incdirs, defaulting to @INC. $meta should be a CPAN::Meta::Prereqs or CPAN::Meta object.
This function is deprecated and may be removed at some point in the future, please use CPAN::Meta::Prereqs−>merged_requirements instead.
This function returns a unified CPAN::Meta::Requirements object for all $type requirements for $phases. $phases may be either one (scalar) value or an arrayref of valid values as defined by the CPAN::Meta spec. $type must be a relationship as defined by the same spec. $meta should be a CPAN::Meta::Prereqs or CPAN::Meta object.
Leon Timmermans <[email protected]>
This software is copyright (c) 2012 by Leon Timmermans.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.