This is the Perl distribution HTTP-Message.
Installing HTTP-Message is straightforward.
## Installation with cpanm
If you have cpanm, you only need one line:
% cpanm HTTP::Message
If it does not have permission to install modules to the current perl, cpanm
will automatically set up and install to a local::lib in your home directory.
See the local::lib documentation (https://metacpan.org/pod/local::lib) for
details on enabling it in your environment.
## Installing with the CPAN shell
Alternatively, if your CPAN shell is set up, you should just be able to do:
% cpan HTTP::Message
## Manual installation
As a last resort, you can manually install it. Download the tarball, untar it,
then build it:
% perl Makefile.PL
% make && make test
Then install it:
% make install
On Windows platforms, you should use `dmake` or `nmake`, instead of `make`.
If your perl is system-managed, you can create a local::lib in your home
directory to install modules to. For details, see the local::lib documentation:
The prerequisites of this distribution will also have to be installed manually. The
prerequisites are listed in one of the files: `MYMETA.yml` or `MYMETA.json` generated
by running the manual build process described above.
HTTP-Message documentation is available as POD.
You can run `perldoc` from a shell to read the documentation:
% perldoc HTTP::Message
For more information on installing Perl modules via CPAN, please see: