cpanfile-slipstop - write installed module versions back to cpanfile
# update moduels & write versions from cpanfile.snapshot to cpanfile > carton update > cpanfile-slipstop # write module versions as 'minimum' > cpanfile-slipstop --stopper=minimum # only see versions to write > cpanfile-slipstop --dry-run # remove current version specification from cpanfile > cpanfile-slipstop --remove
--stopper=identifier (default: exact) type of version constraint exact : '== 1.00' minimum : '1.00' (same as >= 1.00) maximum : '<= 1.00' --dry-run do not save to cpanfile --with-core write core module versions --silent stop to output versions --cpanfile=path (default: ./cpanfile) --snapshot=path (default: ./cpanfile.snapshot) specify cpanfile and cpanfile.snapshot location --remove delete all version specifications from cpanfile -h, --help show this help
carton install command checks only to satisfy version specifications in cpanfile and
local/. Even if some module versions are updated in cpanfile.snapshot, the saved versions are not referred until you need to install it. This sometimes causes confusion and version discrepancy between development environment and production. This tool writes versions snapshot to cpanfile to fix module versions.
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