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I have problems getting a module I wrote to build properly under Windows. I use Module::Signature to sign the module via sign => 1 in a Build.PL that uses Module::Build. A tester using strawberry perl 5.10.0 on Windows XP is reporting this...

./Build: blib\lib\Module\Starter\Plugin\CGIApp\templates\titanium \ cannot resolve L<Titanium> in paragraph 48. JALDHAR/Module-Starter-Plugin-CGIApp-0.07.tar.gz C:\strawberry\perl\bin\perl.exe ./Build -- OK Running Build test t\00-signature............WARNING: This key is not certified with a trusted signature! Primary key fingerprint: A348 B1C3 F241 0234 14F8 30EF 20DF 5E33 A91F 8EBA Not in MANIFEST: Build.bat Not in MANIFEST: pod2htmd.tmp Not in MANIFEST: pod2htmi.tmp ==> MISMATCHED content between MANIFEST and distribution files! <== t\00-signature............1/1 # Failed test 'Valid signature' # at t\00-signature.t line 21. # Looks like you failed 1 test of 1. t\00-signature............ Dubious, test returned 1 (wstat 256, 0x100) Failed 1/1 subtests
...which makes sense as Build.bat and the *.tmp files are indeed not in the MANIFEST. They are created during the build process on Windows only. Do I just add them to MANIFEST.SKIP? Are there any possible other files I should be adding there? Or should the problem be solved an entirely different way?


In reply to Proper way to use Module::Signature under windows? by jaldhar

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