Although the directory tree is not formally laid out, there has been a lot of talk about it. The big changes that remember from the discussions are:
- Install multiple versions at the same time
- Tag modules with author name
- Uninstall capabilities
However, the installation targets shouldn't influence your design that much.
Don't limit your discussion to Perlmonks: a lot of other parts of the Perl universe have to work with whatever you come up with. You'll probably also want to work with (not separately) from the current Module::Build folks who have already thought a lot about this stuff.
Good luck :)
brian d foy <email@example.com>
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