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Re: The sort of fiction you're most likely to find me reading:

by BigLug (Chaplain)
on Sep 09, 2003 at 08:11 UTC ( #289962=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to The sort of fiction you're most likely to find me reading:

I voted 'foundation' although I don't like it. Couldn't read it. However plain sci-fi is my genre of choice so while I enjoyed some of the other books more than 'foundation', it's the genre that counts. My faves would be anything by Heinlein or and of the straight sci-fi from Orson Scott Card (such as the Ender series). I'm currently reading 'Enchantment' by OSC and reasonably enjoying it. I figure if I like his other stuff I should at least try all of the fantasy. I didn't like Alvin Maker at all! Oh, Greg Bear is another fave, once again the straight SF like EON and Moving Mars.
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[stevieb]: I find the M::S makefiles it generates are quite straight forward, and I usually have to add a few things (github info etc). They're about 15 lines or so give or take.
[Corion]: I don't think the EUMM-generated Makefile is that complicated ;)
[stevieb]: Corion++
[jedikaiti]: RonW++ #I have so much accumulated in my memory that finding the right item at a given moment often fails
[LanX]: corion only > 800 lines
[stevieb]: ahhh you're talking about the actual Makefile, not the PP Makefile.PL
[Corion]: LanX: But most of that is just setup of variables to be used later, like CC , LIB etc.
[LanX]: yes and some builders try to avoid it

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