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CPLANPLUS’ cli app is called “cpanp” not “cpanplus”. So you can, its just not the name you expect.
Thanks!!! I can’t imagine why this functionality hasn’t been integrated into the CPAN package “manager”, but I’m glad someone picked up the torch!
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