SPUG: Looking for Getopt::Std
a.r.ferreira at gmail.com
Fri Feb 1 06:21:04 PST 2008
On Feb 1, 2008 12:13 PM, Phil Kirsch <phil at scharp.org> wrote:
> I'm trying to bring some perl code into a new client's environment and
> find that they don't have Getopt::Std. I'm not finding it on CPAN. I'm
> finding "Getopt-Std-With-Check" (which also requires Getopt::Std) and a
> lot of other variants, but when I search for "Getopt::Std" on CPAN the
> only available downloads seem to be Perl-5.10.0. I realize the module
> might be incorporated in the new version, but I'm really not wanting to
> move to that.
> Can anybody tell me where to find the "Getopt::Std" module?
That's weird as Getopt::Std is part of the official distribution of
Perl since forever. That's what corelist says:
$ corelist Getopt::Std
Getopt::Std was first released with perl 5
As the module is not available in its own distribution (like a dual
life module), you may use directly the source from
This is a pure Perl code with the only prerequisite on Exporter (which
hopefully your clients will have installed -- but at least Exporter is
at CPAN now).
You may write a minimum Makefile.PL to get it installed in the
client's machine. Something like
NAME => 'Getopt::Std',
VERSION_FROM => 'Std.pm',
with the dist layout shown in the example MANIFEST file above.
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