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#line 1
package Module::Install::WriteAll;
use strict;
use Module::Install::Base ();
use vars qw{$VERSION @ISA $ISCORE};
BEGIN {
$VERSION = '1.06';
@ISA = qw{Module::Install::Base};
$ISCORE = 1;
}
sub WriteAll {
my $self = shift;
my %args = (
meta => 1,
sign => 0,
inline => 0,
check_nmake => 1,
@_,
);
$self->sign(1) if $args{sign};
$self->admin->WriteAll(%args) if $self->is_admin;
$self->check_nmake if $args{check_nmake};
unless ( $self->makemaker_args->{PL_FILES} ) {
# XXX: This still may be a bit over-defensive...
unless ($self->makemaker(6.25)) {
$self->makemaker_args( PL_FILES => {} ) if -f 'Build.PL';
}
}
# Until ExtUtils::MakeMaker support MYMETA.yml, make sure
# we clean it up properly ourself.
$self->realclean_files('MYMETA.yml');
if ( $args{inline} ) {
$self->Inline->write;
} else {
$self->Makefile->write;
}
# The Makefile write process adds a couple of dependencies,
# so write the META.yml files after the Makefile.
if ( $args{meta} ) {
$self->Meta->write;
}
# Experimental support for MYMETA
if ( $ENV{X_MYMETA} ) {
if ( $ENV{X_MYMETA} eq 'JSON' ) {
$self->Meta->write_mymeta_json;
} else {
$self->Meta->write_mymeta_yaml;
}
}
return 1;
}
1;