So I'm playing around with Docker files (Perl 5 ATM) and one thing I'm
getting quite into is trying to keep them small. An important part of this
is deleting any extraneous caching info built up during the build,
preferably as part of the RUN step to get intermediate layers small.

(So with Perl5 and cpanm `rm -rf ~/.cpanm` is your friend).

Anyhoo, my thought was could we add something to zef to do this? Either a
flag or a new command to auto clean up the ~./zef folder.

Yes I know rm -rf ~/.zef is simple to type but if it was built into the
command it would show forward thinking. Or something.

It's 5am and I couldn't sleep. This is the kind of idea I get.


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