So I found what I was looking for, it seemed like sorcery to me but all I was looking for was EXE_FILES inside the Makefile.pl
So I'm hoping to develop a simple little app module. App::MyApp
I looked at module starter and couldn't really find what I was looking for. I just have two questions:
During a cpan/install, How/When do install my perl script app into the the users bash (like when module starter is installed you can now use it in bash). Note the when? I'm wondering whether there is an install event/func that gives me a handle to when the user is installing the module.
Do I also have to take care of marking .pl file as executable or can I install a bash script that runs my perl script? (like module-starter is used as an executable inside bash?)
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