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Subject: Recursive removal of dependencies
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Hi, would it be possible to also recursively uninstall the dependencies of a given module (as long as no other module depends on them)? Also, if the installation of a module fails (e.g. when using cpanm) it would be nice to be able to remove the dependencies installed for that module, even if the module isn't installed because of the failure, without having to list every single module installed. E.g. if I was installing Moose, but at some point it failed, I'd like to be able to do: $ pm-uninstall Moose and have all the dependencies of Moose removed, even if Moose is not installed.


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