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Re^2: how to update the PAUSE index file for CPAN modules

by Lotus1 (Vicar)
on Feb 02, 2021 at 17:02 UTC ( #11127828=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: how to update the PAUSE index file for CPAN modules
in thread how to update the PAUSE index file for CPAN modules

There were two emails from PAUSE. The first just notified me that they had received the upload. The second looked like this:

Distribution file: Data-QuickMemoPlus-Reader-0.01.tar.gz Number of files: 20 *.pm files: 2 README: Data-QuickMemoPlus-Reader-0.01/README META-File: Data-QuickMemoPlus-Reader-0.01/META.json META-Parser: Parse::CPAN::Meta 1.4414 META-driven index: yes Timestamp of file: Sun Jan 31 03:04:54 2021 UTC Time of this run: Sun Jan 31 03:06:25 2021 UTC Status of this distro: OK ========================= The following packages (grouped by status) have been found in the dist +ro: Status: Successfully indexed ============================ module : Data::QuickMemoPlus::Reader version: 0.01 in file: lib/Data\QuickMemoPlus\Reader.pm status : indexed __END__

Edit: I didn't include the whole email text. The top part has a link to modules@perl.org. I'll contact that mailing list for more information. Thanks!

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Re^3: how to update the PAUSE index file for CPAN modules
by 1nickt (Abbot) on Feb 02, 2021 at 17:13 UTC

      If that's the case, OP, just log into PAUSE, and on the left side of the page under "Utils" section, click "Force Reindexing".

        Thank you. It started working before I did anything but I logged into PAUSE and found the link you mentioned.

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