Bugzilla::Install::Requirements - Functions and variables dealing with Bugzilla's perl-module requirements.
This module is used primarily by
checksetup.pl to determine whether or not all of Bugzilla's prerequisites are installed.
all the perl modules it requires.)
An arrayref of hashrefs that describes the perl modules required by Bugzilla.
The hashes have two keys,
which represent the name of the module and the version that we require.
Description: This checks what optional or required perl modules are installed, like C<checksetup.pl> does. Params: C<$output> - C<true> if you want the function to print out information about what it's doing, and the versions of everything installed. If you don't pass the minimum requirements, the will always print out something, regardless of this parameter. Returns: A hashref containing three values: C<pass> - Whether or not we have all the mandatory requirements. C<missing> - A hash showing which mandatory requirements are missing. The key is the module name, and the value is the version we require. C<optional> - Which optional modules are installed and up-to-date enough for Bugzilla.
Description: Checks if the graphviz binary specified in the
webdotbase parameter is a valid binary, or a valid URL.
$true if you want the function to print out information about what it's doing.
1 if the check was successful,
Description: This is a comparison function, like you would use in C<sort>, except that it compares two version numbers. It's actually identical to versioncmp from L<Sort::Versions>. Params: c<$a> and C<$b> are versions you want to compare. Returns: -1 if $a is less than $b, 0 if they are equal, and 1 if $a is greater than $b.
Description: Tells you whether or not you have the appropriate version of the module requested. It also prints out a message to the user explaining the check and the result. Params: C<$module> - A hashref, in the format of an item from L</REQUIRED_MODULES>. C<$output> - Set to true if you want this function to print information to STDOUT about what it's doing. Returns: C<1> if you have the module installed and you have the appropriate version. C<0> otherwise.
Description: Prints out the appropriate command to install the module specified, depending on whether you're on Windows or Linux. Params: C<$module> - A hashref, in the format of an item from L</REQUIRED_MODULES>. Returns: nothing