C:\Users\Pooja Verma>perl -MCPAN -e shell
cpan> install CPANPLUS
Unlike CPAN, you cannot invoke CPANPLUS by typing cpanplus on command prompt, even if its installed.
'cpanplus' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
C:\Users\Pooja Verma>perl -MCPANPLUS -e shell
CPANPLUS::Shell::Default -- CPAN exploration and module installation (v0.84)
*** Please report bugs to <email@example.com>.
*** Using CPANPLUS::Backend v0.84. ReadLine support disabled.
*** Type 'p' now to show start up log
Did you know...
The documentation in CPANPLUS::Module and CPANPLUS::Backend is very useful
CPAN Terminal> help
h | ? # display help
q # exit
v # version information
a AUTHOR ... # search by author(s)
m MODULE ... # search by module(s)
f MODULE ... # list all releases of a module
o [ MODULE ... ] # list installed module(s) that aren't up to date
w # display the result of your last search again
i MODULE | NUMBER ... # install module(s), by name or by search number
i URI | ... # install module(s), by URI (ie http://foo.com/X.tgz)
t MODULE | NUMBER ... # test module(s), by name or by search number
u MODULE | NUMBER ... # uninstall module(s), by name or by search number
d MODULE | NUMBER ... # download module(s)
l MODULE | NUMBER ... # display detailed information about module(s)
r MODULE | NUMBER ... # display README files of module(s)
c MODULE | NUMBER ... # check for module report(s) from cpan-testers
z MODULE | NUMBER ... # extract module(s) and open command prompt in it
b # write a bundle file for your configuration
s program [OPT VALUE] # set program locations for this session
s conf [OPT VALUE] # set config options for this session
s mirrors # show currently selected mirrors
Now you can uninstall the module that you want to. If needed, you can use the --verbose and --force option with it.
CPAN Terminal> u MIME::Head --force --verbose