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My boilerplate is:

package ModuleTemplate; ########... # # (legal stuff here) # ########... use strict; use warnings; use diagnostics; =head1 NAME ModuleTemplate - Template for new perl modules =head1 SYNOPSIS Describe basics of how to use this module =head1 DESCRIPTION Describe the module =head1 FUNCTIONS Describe the functions =over 4 =item [function_name] [Describe what this function is about] Parameters: =over 4 =item [param1] [Describe param1] =item [param2] [Describe param2] =back Returns: [be sure to label all returns, including differences for arra +y vs scalar context] =cut sub function_name { } =back =head1 AUTHOR (my team name is here) =head1 COPYRIGHT Copyright 2005 (my company) (more legal stuff) =head1 BUGS No known deficiencies =cut 1;
For open-source stuff like goes on CPAN, I don't have a boilerplate. At least, not yet. :-)

In reply to Re: What's your Module Template by Tanktalus
in thread What's your Module Template by Cody Pendant

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