[Cascavel-pm] Remover Módulo da CPAN

Luis Motta Campos luismottacampos em yahoo.co.uk
Quinta Maio 31 07:13:33 PDT 2007

On May 31, 2007, at 3:46 PM, Otávio Fernandes wrote:
> Senhores,
> Gostaria de saber, se há alguma maneira (automatizada, ou seja, script
> ou pacote) de remover os módulos que eu instalei via CPAN (Ex.: perl
> -MCPAN -e 'install Sudo');


champs em devil: cpan -i CPANPLUS

[installation results here]

lcampos em devil$ cpanp
CPANPLUS::Shell::Default -- CPAN exploration and module installation  
*** Please report bugs to <bug-cpanplus em rt.cpan.org>.
*** Using CPANPLUS::Backend v0.78.  ReadLine support enabled.

*** Type 'p' now to show start up log

Did you know...
     You can type 'h' for help and 'q' to exit
                                              CPAN CPAN Terminal> h

     h | ?                  # display help
     q                      # exit
     v                      # version information
     a AUTHOR ...           # search by author(s)
     m MODULE ...           # search by module(s)
     f MODULE ...           # list all releases of a module
     o [ MODULE ... ]       # list installed module(s) that aren't up  
to date
     w                      # display the result of your last search  
     i MODULE | NUMBER ...  # install module(s), by name or by search  
     i URI | ...            # install module(s), by URI (ie http:// 
     t MODULE | NUMBER ...  # test module(s), by name or by search  


     u MODULE | NUMBER ...  # uninstall module(s), by name or by  
search number


     d MODULE | NUMBER ...  # download module(s)
     l MODULE | NUMBER ...  # display detailed information about  
     r MODULE | NUMBER ...  # display README files of module(s)
     c MODULE | NUMBER ...  # check for module report(s) from cpan- 
     z MODULE | NUMBER ...  # extract module(s) and open command  
prompt in it
[Local Administration]
     b                      # write a bundle file for your configuration
     s program [OPT VALUE]  # set program locations for this session
     s conf    [OPT VALUE]  # set config options for this session
     s mirrors              # show currently selected mirrors
     s reconfigure          # reconfigure settings
     s selfupdate           # update your CPANPLUS install
     s save [user|system]   # save settings for this user or systemwide
     s edit [user|system]   # open configuration file in editor and  
     ! EXPR                 # evaluate a perl statement
     p [FILE]               # print the error stack (optionally to a  
     x                      # reload CPAN indices (purges cache)
     x --update_source      # reload CPAN indices, get fresh source  
    /plugins                # list available plugins
    /? [PLUGIN NAME]        # show usage for (a particular) plugin(s)

Luis Motta Campos (a.k.a. Monsieur Champs) is a software engineer,
Perl fanatic evangelist, and amateur {cook, photographer}

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