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Re^2: What does a plus mean before a package name?

by SimonClinch (Deacon)
on May 26, 2011 at 09:49 UTC ( #906784=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: What does a plus mean before a package name?
in thread What does a plus mean before a package name?

I agree. Given that it isn't some weirder operator like the solitary underscore, it had just better be a unary plus operator and yes, I agree also that brackets are a better idea - sometimes I even think the aura of inconsistency (there is of course a technical distinction) of whether brackets are required by a function or command is a bad thing.

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[LanX]: I remeber M::S (it was dialog driven?) to be buggy
[stevieb]: As far as Dist::Zilla goes, I don't like installing that other than on systems my test platorm runs on. I find it too heavy. I prefer being able to glean a Makefile.PL
[LanX]: what's frustrating me is that a distribution has lots of dupplicated info
[stevieb]: LanX I don't know if it's dialog driven; I just use it in the simplest of terms (just run module-starter at the CLI, and the very last couple of lines are how I use it.
[stevieb]: which dist are you speaking of regarding dups, LanX?
[LanX]: readme version number and so on ...
[stevieb]: with M::S, you can also add other tags, but defaults work... such as --license=perl --eumm

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