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Id: 47020
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Queue: Module-Install

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Requestors: djerius [...] cpan.org
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Subject: bundle doesn't find modules injected via cpaninject
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I'd like to distribute an application which bundles a module not available from CPAN, just in case the module hasn't been manually installed on the destination system. The only means of doing this that I could come up with was to use cpaninject and thus let Module::Install::Bundle find it via the standard means. I have verified that the module is accessible (by attempting to install it with the command line "cpan" program), but Module::Install produces a "Cannot find bundle source" error message and exits. Is this perhaps because Module::Install::Admin::Bundle uses CPANPLUS rather than CPAN to find it? Any workaround or other approach would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Diab
A feature like that would be nice!


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