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NAME

       mcpani -- A command line tool to manage a CPAN Mini Mirror.

SYNOPSIS

       mcpani [options] < --add | --update | --mirror | --inject >

       Commands:

           --add               Add a new package to the repository
                 --module      Name of the module to add
                 --authorid    Author ID of the module
                 --modversion  Version number of the module
                 --file        tar.gz file of the module

           --update            Update local CPAN mirror and inject modules
           --mirror            Update local CPAN mirror from remote
           --inject            Add modules from repository to CPAN mirror

       Options:

           -h, --help          This synopsis
           -H, --man           Detailed description

           -l, --local         local location for CPAN::Mini Mirror
           -r, --remote        CPAN mirror to mirror from
           -p, --passive       Enable passive ftp for mirroring.
           -v, --verbose       verbose output
           -V, --version       Version information.
               --signing-key   See CPAN::Checksums $SIGNING_KEY

COMMAND LINE OPTIONS

   --add
       Add a module to the repository for later inclusion in the CPAN Mini mirror. The add
       command requires the following parameters:

       --module
           This is the name of the module (ie CPAN::Mini::Inject).

       --authorid
           A CPAN 'like' author ID for the module. The author ID does not need to exist on CPAN.

       --modversion
           Version number of the module. This must match the version number in the file name.

       --all-in-meta
       --discover-packages
           "add" in CPAN::Mini::Inject adds all modules found in the file.  These options remain
           for backward compatibility and do nothing.

       --file
           File name and path of the module. The file name must follow the standard CPAN naming
           convention (the resulting file from a "make tardist").

         Example:

         mcpani --add --module CPAN::Mini::Inject --authorid SSORICHE
                --modversion 0.01 --file ./CPAN-Mini-Inject-0.01.tar.gz

   --update
       Update your local CPAN Mini mirror from a CPAN site. Once completed add the modules
       contained in the repository to it. This is the same as running "mcpani --mirror" followed
       by "mcpani --inject"

   --mirror
       Update the local CPAN Mini mirror from CPAN.

   --inject
       Add the repository modules into the CPAN Mini mirror.

   -l, --local
       A local directory to store the CPAN Mini mirror in. Specifying this option overrides the
       value in the config file.

   -r, --remote
       A CPAN site to create the local CPAN Mini mirror from.

   -v, --verbose
       Display verbose processing information

   -V, --version
       Display version information.

CONFIGURATION FILE

       mcpani uses a simple configuration file in the following format:

        local: /www/CPAN
        remote: ftp://ftp.cpan.org/pub/CPAN ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/CPAN
        repository: /work/mymodules
        passive: yes
        dirmode: 0755

       Description of options:

       ·   local

           location to store local CPAN::Mini mirror (*REQUIRED*)

       ·   remote

           CPAN site(s) to mirror from. Multiple sites can be listed, with spaces between them.
           (*REQUIRED*)

       ·   repository

           Location to store modules to add to the local CPAN::Mini mirror.

       ·   passive

           Enable passive FTP.

       ·   dirmode

           Set the permissions of created directories to the specified mode (octal value). The
           default value is based on the umask (if supported).

       mcpani will search the following four places in order:

       ·   file pointed to by the environment variable MCPANI_CONFIG

       ·   $HOME/.mcpani/config

       ·   /usr/local/etc/mcpani

       ·   /etc/mcpani

CURRENT MAINTAINER

       Christian Walde "<walde.christian@googlemail.com>"

AUTHOR

       Shawn Sorichetti "<ssoriche@coloredblocks.net>"

BUGS

       Please report any bugs or feature requests to "bug-cpan-mini-inject@rt.cpan.org", or
       through the web interface at <http://rt.cpan.org>.  I will be notified, and then you'll
       automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.

Copyright & License

       Copyright 2004 Shawn Sorichetti, All Rights Reserved.

       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as Perl itself.