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  • The Comprehensive Perl Archive Network - www.cpan.org
    250 servers The archive has been online since October 1995 and is constantly growing Search CPAN via metacpan org search cpan org Recent Uploads Dist Zilla Plugin DynamicPrereqs 0 009 Math Prime Util 0 48 Dist Zilla Plugin OptionalFeature 0 020 Bio ToolBox 1 23 inc 0 04 WWW Scraper ISBN ORA Driver 0 22 Fsdb 2 54 MooX Prototype 0 02 Map Tube Delhi 0 07 Tags Element 0

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  • Perl Modules - www.cpan.org
    modules on CPAN now require a recent version of Perl version 5 8 or above How to install modules There are several methods you can use see the Installing Perl Modules page How to find modules https metacpan org or http search cpan org search Task Kensho some recommended modules Browse All modules a long list Authors Name Category not maintained recentness How to contribute Read this Visit https pause

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  • Perl Ports - Perl on different platforms - www.cpan.org
    installed You will need to download Perl for Windows The latest stable version of Perl is 5 20 0 Running a version older than 5 8 3 some of the more widely used CPAN modules now require at least this version You can build your own version of Perl from the source code What OS do you run AIX CentOS Cygwin Debian Fedora HP UX Linux Mac OS X Mandriva

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  • Perl Source - www.cpan.org
    just for bug fixes Development branches are odd numbers 5 9 5 11 5 13 etc RC release candidates leading up to a maintenance branch are called testing releases Please note that branches earlier than 5 8 are no longer supported though fixes for urgent issues for example severe security problems may still be issued Note please avoid referring to the symbolic source releases like stable and latest or maint and devel They are still used here but only for backward compatibility The symbolic names were found to cause more confusion than they are worth because they don t really work with multiple branches especially not with multiple maintenance branches and especially the latest makes absolutely no sense The latest and stable are now just aliases for maint and maint in turn is the maintenance branch with the largest release number First release in each branch of Perl Major Version Released 5 20 5 20 0 2014 05 27 5 18 5 18 0 2013 05 18 5 16 5 16 0 2012 05 20 5 14 5 14 0 2011 05 14 5 12 5 12 0 2010 04 12 5 10 5 10 0 2007 12 18 5 8 5 8 0 2002 07 18 5 6 5 6 0 2000 03 22 5 5 5 5 0 1998 07 22 5 4 5 4 0 1997 05 15 5 3 5 3 7 1996 10 10 Other files and directories mostly for posterity 5 0 Source archives for all releases of perl5 You should only need to look here if you have an application which for some reason or another does not run with the current release of perl5 Be aware that only 5 004 and later versions of perl are maintained If you report a genuine bug in such a version you will probably be informed either that it is fixed in the current maintenance release or will be fixed in a subsequent one If you report a bug in an unmaintained version you are likely to be advised to upgrade to a maintained version which fixes the bug or to await a fix in a maintained version No fix will be provided for the unmaintained version Perl 6 or Parrot are not yet in CPAN In the meanwhile try here or here 5 0 jperl Path to patch files needed to adapt particular perl releases for use with Japanese character sets ENDINGS Discussion of the meanings of the endings of filenames gz ZIP and so on Read this file if you want to know how to handle a source code archive after you ve downloaded it README This file misc Third party and other add on source packages needed in order to build certain perl configurations You do not need any of this stuff to build a default configuration perl 5 tar gz perl 5 tar bz2 perl5 tar gz Source code archives for several recent production releases of perl unsupported This is where we

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  • The CPAN Frequently Asked Questions - www.cpan.org
    on almost all platforms Perl runs on This includes all the UNIXes and good lookalikes meaning POSIX environments like OS 2 Plan 9 QNX Amiga MPE iX VMS OS390 Stratus VOS and Microsoft platforms The most notable exceptions are as of 1999 Mar 24 MacOS 1 AS 400 2 Novell Netware 2 For these platforms a binary release may be the easiest path The source code to compile MacPerl is available at http www cpan org ports mac The source code for AS 400 and Netware Perls have not been merged to the main Perl source code distribution If you want to try compiling them yourself get the sources from http www cpan org ports As400 or http www cpan org ports netware and then continue at http www cpan org src README Where can I find Perl modules http www cpan org modules 00modlist long html https metacpan org http search cpan org Due to the ever increasing number of modules on CPAN the CPAN search engine is possibly a better starting point in your quest for code especially if you already know exactly what you are looking for How do I install Perl modules Installing a new module can be as simple as typing perl MCPAN e install Chocolate Belgian The CPAN pm documentation has more complete instructions on how to use this convenient tool If you are uncomfortable with having something take that much control over your software installation or it otherwise doesn t work for you the perlmodinstall documentation covers module installation for UNIX Windows and Macintosh in more familiar terms Finally if you re using ActivePerl on Windows the PPM Perl Package Manager has much of the same functionality as CPAN pm How do I find out what modules are already installed on my system perldoc perllocal Each time a module is installed on your system it appends information like the following to a file called perllocal pod which can be found in usr local lib perl5 version number architecture or something akin to that The path for your specific installation is in your INC which you can divine with perl V head2 Wed May 12 13 42 53 1999 C Module L Data Dumper over 4 item C installed into usr local lib perl5 5 00503 item C LINKTYPE dynamic item C VERSION 2 101 item C EXE FILES back Each entry includes the Module name date and time it was installed where it was installed linktype static or dynamic version and executables if any included with the module ActivePerl has the PPM utility C ppm query Archive Tar 0 072 module for manipulation of tar archives Compress Zlib 1 03 Interface to zlib compression library DBI 1 13 Database independent interface for Perl GD 1 25 Interface to Gd Graphics Library HTML Parser 2 23 SGML parser class MIME Base64 2 11 Encoding and decoding of base64 strings PPM 1 1 4 Perl Package Manager locate install upgrade software The pmtools suite written by Tom Christiansen to help navigate and manage Perl module installations You can obtain them at https metacpan org release pmtools From the README This is pmtools a suite of small programs to help manage modules The names are totally preliminary and in fact so is the code We follow the keep it small notion of many tiny tools each doing one thing well eschewing giant megatools with millions of options pmpath show the module s full path pmvers get a module version number pmdesc get a module description pmall get all installed modules pmdesc descriptions pmdirs print the perl module path newline separated plxload show what files a given program loads at compile time pmload show what files a given module loads at compile time pmexp show a module s exports pminst find what s installed pmeth list a class s methods recursively pmls long list the module path pmcat cat the module source through your pager pman show the module s pod docs pmfunc show a function source code from a module podgrep grep in pods of a file pfcat show pods from perlfunc podtoc list table of contents of a podpage podpath show full path of pod file pods list all standard pods and module pods sitepods list only pods in site perl directories basepods list only normal man page style pods faqpods list only faq pods modpods all module pods including site perl ones stdpods list standard pods not site perl ones Where can I find the most recently uploaded Perl modules There are so many new and updated modules that it is hard to keep up with the deluge but there are ways to stay abreast of the tide https metacpan org recent https metacpan org feed recent an RSS format of recent Any of these should be good for your daily feed of new modules Where can I find Perl modules for Windows www activestate com has a FAQ for their Package Manager Also see http strawberryperl com which also enables you to build your own modules from CPAN Where can I find Perl binaries packages or Perl module binaries http www cpan org ports index html is a current list of Perl binaries that we are aware of at this time If you have a package for a platform send us a URL We do not endorse nor guarantee these packages nor do we store them locally on CPAN due to the potential size of the archive if we did Perl module binaries for use with ActivePerl s PPM can be found at http www activestate com PPMPackages How are Perl and the CPAN modules licensed Most though not all modules on CPAN are licensed under the GNU Public License GPL or the Artistic license and should be stated in the documentation that accompanies the module itself If the license is not specifically stated in the module you can always write the author to clarify the issue for you Also the text of the Artistic license and the GNU Public License are included in the root directory of the source distribution From the README file that comes with Perl Perl Kit Version 5 0 Copyright 1989 1999 Larry Wall All rights reserved This program is free software you can redistribute it and or modify it under the terms of either a the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation either version 1 or at your option any later version or b the Artistic License which comes with this Kit This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE See either the GNU General Public License or the Artistic License for more details You should have received a copy of the Artistic License with this Kit in the file named Artistic If not I ll be glad to provide one You should also have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program in the file named Copying If not write to the Free Software Foundation Inc 59 Temple Place Suite 330 Boston MA 02111 1307 USA or visit their web page on the internet at http www gnu org copyleft gpl html For those of you that choose to use the GNU General Public License my interpretation of the GNU General Public License is that no Perl script falls under the terms of the GPL unless you explicitly put said script under the terms of the GPL yourself Furthermore any object code linked with perl does not automatically fall under the terms of the GPL provided such object code only adds definitions of subroutines and variables and does not otherwise impair the resulting interpreter from executing any standard Perl script I consider linking in C subroutines in this manner to be the moral equivalent of defining subroutines in the Perl language itself You may sell such an object file as proprietary provided that you provide or offer to provide the Perl source as specified by the GNU General Public License This is merely an alternate way of specifying input to the program You may also sell a binary produced by the dumping of a running Perl script that belongs to you provided that you provide or offer to provide the Perl source as specified by the GPL The fact that a Perl interpreter and your code are in the same binary file is in this case a form of mere aggregation This is my interpretation of the GPL If you still have concerns or difficulties understanding my intent feel free to contact me Of course the Artistic License spells all this out for your protection so you may prefer to use that Does the Perl source include any modules Yes Perl comes with a number of useful modules and are listed in the perlmodlib pod http perldoc perl org perlmodlib html perldoc perlmodlib Where can I find Perl scripts http www cpan org scripts index html http www perlarchive com http freshmeat net and many many other places on the net have Perl programs Where can I find the Perl FAQs The Perl FAQ is included with the Perl source code distribution perldoc perlfaq http perldoc perl org index faq html Where can I find Perl documentation http perldoc cpan org perldoc perldoc to use the documentation included with your Perl distribution http perldoc perl org perlfaq2 html Perl Books for those who have read all of the free documentation and want something they can read in the loo by candlelight Where can I find Perl module documentation https metacpan org perldoc Foo Bar if the module is installed locally Where do I find Perl DBI DBD database documentation http dbi perl org The Perl DBI site https metacpan org module DBI The DBI man page perldoc DBI Where can I find Perl mailing lists There are quite a few mailing lists with a broad range of topics http lists perl org http www perl org support mailing lists html nntp perl org browseable web archives and NNTP gateway of many of the Perl lists Where can I find Perl courses training on line tutorials Training http training perl com http www perl org phbs training html How do I find join organise a Perl User Group The Perl User Groups are known as Perl Mongers and have active groups all over the world You can find an established group at http www pm org groups or start a new group if one isn t near you via http www pm org start Where can I find a history of Perl releases or a general history of the Perl community A history of Perl releases can be found in your Perl distribution via perldoc perlhist or via the web at http perldoc perl org perlhist html A more general history of the Perl community CPAST can be found at http history perl org I downloaded a module script file but it was corrupt what should I do Many CPAN filenames end in tar gz Unfortunately some programs mutilate such names e g rename them with tar tar so that unpacking programs don t recognise them and refuse to unpack them Try saving the file using the tgz suffix or try changing your web client Also you could try a plain FTP client as almost all the CPAN sites are ftp reachable You can find the full list of mirrors http www cpan org SITES html If you use FTP remember to download in binary format not text format Please read http www cpan org ENDINGS if you aren t sure what the files should be unpacked with and want to know if you are using the right program If you still think you have a corrupt file try downloading the file from another site If you still have no satisfaction then please let us know the exact file name and URL FTP site and path How do I use module Foo Bar can you help a k a Are you a helpdesk We at CPAN are not a helpdesk We may point you towards a plethora of documentation to help you in your quest for knowledge but we cannot debug your code or read for you We exist specifically to answer questions and solve problems relating directly to the functioning of the CPAN itself In addition to the on line documentation you might try the newsgroup comp lang perl modules for help with a particular module Also looking at other code using the same module might prove enlightening I m having trouble with search cpan org whom do I need to contact If you are experiencing difficulty using search cpan org due to network or server errors you need to contact webmaster search cpan org How do I search for anything in CPAN By using a CPAN search engine https metacpan org A front end for api metacpan org which was created so that CPAN metadata can be searched and accessed without necessarily having to use any specific interface http search cpan org Graham Barr s search engine which can search for modules distributions or authors in all of CPAN http perldoc perl org also useful for core perl documentation How do I search for module script documentation also known as How do I use In general modules and scripts come with their own documentation which should have been installed along with your module script Thanks to Perl s pod style documentation it is very hard to misplace your documentation perldoc Module Name perldoc scriptname https metacpan org http search cpan org How do I contribute modules to CPAN If you would like to learn more about PAUSE and how to go about contributing your module to CPAN please read the PAUSE FAQ at http www cpan org modules 04pause html which will tell you how to go about getting a PAUSE ID and the steps needed to upload your code Also perldoc perlmodlib and perldoc perlmod are a good introduction to Perl modules Does CPAN allow contributions of shareware or code that requests a fee of any kind No Everything on CPAN is free of charge The reason for this is that CPAN is the product of hundreds of people donating their time and resources for the common good of the Perl community There are places on the net where one can offer shareware without treading on the generosity of others and this is not that place How do I contribute scripts to CPAN CPAN has a scripts repository at http www cpan org scripts and http www cpan org scripts submitting html will instruct you on how to go about contributing your scripts How do I contribute documentation to CPAN If the documentation is for a particular module that isn t a core distribution module then please send it to the module author If the module is a core module the most appropriate place to send doc patches and enhancements is the Perl5Porters mailing list How do I report fix a bug in Perl and or its documentation Always remember to make your bug reports as detailed as possible Perl doesn t work is not a bug report Please note that problems concerning modules that are installed separately from the Perl distribution such as Tk are reported differently Here is a checklist from perlbug a bug reporting tool included in your Perl distribution It is a bit on the long side but please read it carefully as the better your bug report is the more likely the issue will be addressed What version of Perl you are running Try perl v at the command line to find out Are you running the latest released version of perl Look at http www perl com to find out If it is not the latest released version get that one and see whether your bug has been fixed Note that bug reports about old versions of Perl especially those prior to the 5 0 release are less likely to be incorporated into the source as Perl1 through Perl4 are largely unmaintained Are you sure what you have is a bug A significant number of the bug reports we get turn out to be documented features in Perl Make sure the behavior you are witnessing doesn t fall under that category by glancing through the documentation that comes with Perl we ll admit this is no small task given the sheer volume of it all but at least have a look at the sections that seem relevant Be aware of the familiar traps that perl programmers of various hues fall into See the perltrap documentation Check in perldiag to see what any Perl error message s mean If message isn t in perldiag it probably isn t generated by Perl Consult your operating system documentation instead If you are on a non UNIX platform check also perlport documentation some features may not be implemented or work differently Try to study the problem under the Perl debugger if necessary See the perldebug documentation Do you have a proper test case The easier it is to reproduce your bug the more likely it will be fixed because if no one can duplicate the problem no one can fix it A good test case has most of these attributes fewest possible number of lines few dependencies on external commands modules or libraries runs on most platforms unimpeded and is self documenting A good test case is almost always a good candidate to be on the perl test suite If you have the time consider making your test case so that it will readily fit into the standard test suite Remember also to include all the exact error messages if any Perl complained something is not an exact error message If you get a core dump or equivalent you may use

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  • CPAN Sites - www.cpan.org
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  • Scripts on CPAN

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  • Disclaimer - www.cpan.org
    CPAN takes no responsibility for the contents of CPAN or what they might do If you plan to do something commercial out of CPAN such as put it on a CD ROM disk stop right there and think for a moment We cannot give you the permission Larry Wall cannot give you the permission There is no single entity on this planet that can give you the permission Legally there

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