p5-app-cpantimes / Makefile.PL

=for developers

If you're a developer, Makefile.PL will pack `cpanm` from
script/cpanm.PL and then copy that file to `bin/cpanm`.

You can pretend to be an author by running it with:

  perl Makefile.PL --author

You should install local::lib, Parse::CPAN::Meta, Module::Metadata,
App::FatPacker and HTTP::Tiny before doing so.

Do not commit the changes to `cpanm` standalone executable. We only
commit changes to this file whenever we tag a new CPAN release.


my $author = ((grep{ $_ eq '--author' } @ARGV) or -d '.git' && `git remote -v` =~ /git\@github/);
print STDERR "Running as an author mode!\n" if $author;

# Author: perl Makefile.PL packs 'script/cpanm.PL' -> 'cpanm'
if ($author) {
	shift @ARGV;
	system $^X, "script/build.PL" and die $?;

# perl Makefile.PL (from git repo) copies 'cpanm' -> 'bin/cpanm'
if (-e 'cpant') {
	print STDERR "Generating bin/cpant from cpant\n";
	open my $in,  "<cpant"     or die $!;
	open my $out, ">bin/cpant" or die $!;
	while (<$in>) {
		s|^#!/usr/bin/env perl|#!perl|; # so MakeMaker can fix it
		print $out $_

use ExtUtils::MakeMaker;

my %args = (
	NAME => 'App::cpantimes',
	VERSION_FROM => "lib/App/",
	ABSTRACT => 'Get, unpack, build, install and report on modules from CPAN.',
		'Module::Build' => 0.36,
		'ExtUtils::MakeMaker' => 6.31,
		'ExtUtils::Install' => 1.46,
	LICENSE => 'perl',
	EXE_FILES => [ 'bin/cpant' ],

my $eummv = eval ($ExtUtils::MakeMaker::VERSION);
if ($eummv >= 6.45) {
    $args{META_MERGE} = {
        resources => {
            repository => '',
            bugtracker => '',

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