You can install this using in the usual Perl fashion
The documentation is in the module file. Once you install
the file, you can read it with perldoc.
If you want to read it before you install it, you can use
perldoc directly on the module file.
This module is also in Github
# Changes for MyCPAN::Indexer
1.28_01 - Sun Nov 29 14:13:37 2009
* Fix the path inspection in Queue.pm. In a fit of
laziness I didn't use portable paths.
1.28 - Fri Nov 20 05:38:26 2009
* With organize_dists, reorganize in backpan_dir instead of the
current working directory. The index files show up in there,
so the dists need to be there too.
1.27 - Sun Nov 8 02:23:12 2009
* Set the Lo
You can use MyCPAN::Indexer under the same terms as Perl itself.
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