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Hi! Thanks for your reply.

With your suggestion, i can now do the following which allows me to get rid of the pm_files section.

my $build = Module::Build->new( # ... tmpl_files => { 'etc/photos_index.tmpl' => 'lib/CGI/Application/PhotoGallery/ +photos_index.tmpl', 'etc/photos_single.tmpl' => 'lib/CGI/Application/PhotoGallery +/photos_single.tmpl', } ); $build->add_build_element( 'tmpl' ); $build->create_build_script;

So, Thanks! =)

However, the auto-generated Makefile.PL still has no idea about those templates and will not install them as needed.

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In reply to Re^2: Module::Build's pm_files in ExtUtils::MakeMaker? by LTjake
in thread Module::Build's pm_files in ExtUtils::MakeMaker? by LTjake

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