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Create and upload your first Perl module to CPAN

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Create your first Perl module and upload it to CPAN.

Create your first Perl module and upload it to CPAN.

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  • 1. Uploading Your First Module to CPAN brian d foy The Perl Review YAPC::EU 2011, Rīga
  • 2. PAUSE• You upload through PAUSE http://pause.perl.org• The Perl Authors Upload Server• This is a stepping stone to CPAN
  • 3. Indexing• PAUSE indexes and creates data files for the CPAN clients• Only the latest distributions get into it• People have permissions for namespaces
  • 4. Get a PAUSE Accounthttps://pause.perl.org/pause/query?ACTION=request_id
  • 5. Choose amodule namehttps://pause.perl.org/pause/query? ACTION=pause_namingmodules
  • 6. Permissions• You can upload a namespace someone else already uses• But PAUSE will ignore it• A good name goes a long way• We have general advice on names https://pause.perl.org/pause/query? ACTION=pause_namingmodules
  • 7. Create the distro• There are modules that can help you • Module::Starter • Distribution::Cooker • h2xs (comes with Perl) • many others
  • 8. 25,000 Examples• Look at other distributions to get examples• See how other people do it• Ask them questions
  • 9. Github
  • 10. Uploadhttps://pause.perl.org/pause/authenquery?ACTION=add_uri
  • 11. Upload early & often• You don’t have to be perfect, or even good• Other people can help as soon as possible• CPAN Testers can send you feedback
  • 12. CPAN Search
  • 13. Lots more• PAUSE lets you add co-maintainers• You can take over existing modules• You can help with other people’s modules
  • 14. Publicize your module• Don’t be shy• Write something on blogs.perl.org• Tweet it, plus it, facebook it• Give a lightning talk
  • 15. Getting help• For help with PAUSE issues, write to modules@perl.org• One of the PAUSE volunteer admins can help you• For general module questions, you might try module-authors@perl.org• For CPAN Search issues, try cpansearch@perl.org