* Add option processing to cpanget. It now accepts the following options:
-h Print usage message
-n Don't download, only print URLs
-q Work quietly
The other day I had a reason (and honestly I don't remember what it was :-) to get the URL for something on CPAN, and, since the code was there in cpanget anyway... Now you can do this:
$ cpanget -q -n String::Random
For the next version, I want to do the right thing with the new split perl package in F7 and later. I posted a note to fedora-perl-devel-list to get some opinions on how best to handle that.