use strict;
use warnings;
use App::CPAN::Dependents 'find_all_dependents';
use Getopt::Long::Modern;

our $VERSION = '1.000';

my $usage_msg = "Usage: $0 [options] <distribution|module>";

my ($module, $dist, $count, $debug, $recommends, $suggests, $develop);

	'module|M'        => \$module,
	'dist|D'          => \$dist,
	'count|c'         => \$count,
	'debug|d'         => \$debug,
	'with-recommends' => \$recommends,
	'with-suggests'   => \$suggests,
	'with-develop'    => \$develop,
) or die "$usage_msg\n";

my $subject = shift;
die "$usage_msg\n" unless defined $subject;

my %options = (recommends => $recommends, suggests => $suggests,
	develop => $develop, debug => $debug);
my $dependents;
if ($module) {
	$dependents = find_all_dependents(module => $subject, %options);
} elsif ($dist) {
	$dependents = find_all_dependents(dist => $subject, %options);
} else {
	eval { $dependents = find_all_dependents(module => $subject, %options); 1 }
		or $dependents = find_all_dependents(dist => $subject, %options);

if ($count) {
	print scalar @$dependents, "\n";
} else {
	print "$_\n" for @$dependents;

=head1 NAME

cpan-dependents - Recursively find all reverse dependencies for a distribution
or module


  # List dependent distributions for module JSON::Tiny
  $ cpan-dependents JSON::Tiny
  # Output count of distributions dependent on module JSON::Tiny
  $ cpan-dependents -c JSON::Tiny
  # List dependent distributions for distribution JSON-Tiny
  $ cpan-dependents -D JSON-Tiny
  # List dependent distributions for distribution JSON-Tiny,
  # including "recommends" dependencies
  $ cpan-dependents --with-recommends JSON-Tiny


Command-line script to list or count the dependent distributions for a
particular CPAN distribution or module, using L<App::CPAN::Dependents>. The
first non-option argument is used as the target module or distribution.
Dependent distributions will be output line by line when complete, or the total
number of distributions will be output with the C<--count> option.

If neither C<--module> nor C<--dist> are specified as options, the target will
be tried first as a module, then as a distribution if unsuccessful.

This script uses the MetaCPAN API, and must perform several requests
recursively, so it may take a long time (sometimes minutes) to complete. If the
script encounters HTTP errors (including when querying a nonexistent module or
distribution) or is unable to connect, it will die.

This script will only find distributions that explicitly list prerequisites in
metadata; C<dynamic_config> will not be used. Also, it assumes distributions
are "well-behaved" and thus declare all provided modules in the C<provides>
metadata, and only modules which they are authorized to provide. Any
distributions that do not follow this behavior may lead to incorrect results.

=head1 OPTIONS

=head2 -M, --module

Interpret target as module name.

=head2 -D, --dist

Interpret target as distribution name.

=head2 -c, --count

Display total count of dependent distributions instead of the list of
distribution names.

=head2 --with-recommends

Include C<recommends> prerequisites when finding dependents.

=head2 --with-suggests

Include C<suggests> prerequisites when finding dependents.

=head2 --with-develop

Include C<develop> phase prerequisites when finding dependents.

=head2 -d, --debug

Print debugging output to STDERR as it is retrieved.

=head1 AUTHOR

Dan Book, C<dbook@cpan.org>


Copyright 2015, Dan Book.

This library is free software; you may redistribute it and/or modify it under
the terms of the Artistic License version 2.0.

=head1 SEE ALSO

L<App::CPAN::Dependents>, L<CPAN::Meta::Spec>