Provided by: libdist-zilla-plugin-repository-perl_0.24-1_all
Dist::Zilla::Plugin::Repository - Automatically sets repository URL from svn/svk/Git checkout for Dist::Zilla
# dist.ini [Repository]
The code is mostly a copy-paste of Module::Install::Repository ATTRIBUTES · git_remote This is the name of the remote to use for the public repository (if you use Git). By default, unsurprisingly, to origin. · github_http This attribute is deprecated. If the remote is a GitHub repository, list only the https url (https://github.com/fayland/dist-zilla-plugin-repository) and not the actual clonable url (git://github.com/fayland/dist-zilla-plugin-repository.git). This used to default to true, but as of 0.16 it defaults to false. The CPAN Meta 2 spec defines separate keys for the clonable "url" and web front-end "web". The Meta 1 specs allowed only 1 URL. If you set "github_http" to true, the "url" key will be removed from the v2 metadata, and the v1 metadata will then use the "web" key. Instead of setting "github_http", you should use the MetaJSON plugin to include a v2 META.json file with both URLs. · repository You can set this attribute if you want a specific repository instead of the plugin to auto-identify your repository. An example would be if you're releasing a module from your fork, and you don't want it to identify your fork, so you can specify the repository explicitly. In the Meta 2 spec, this is the "url" key. · type This should be the (lower-case) name of the most common program used to work with the repository, e.g. git, svn, cvs, darcs, bzr or hg. It's normally determined automatically, but you can override it. · web This is a URL pointing to a human-usable web front-end for the repository.
· Fayland Lam <email@example.com> · Ricardo SIGNES <firstname.lastname@example.org> · Moritz Onken <email@example.com> · Christopher J. Madsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
This software is copyright (c) 2018 by Fayland Lam, Ricardo SIGNES, Moritz Onken, Christopher J. Madsen. This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.