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Thank you for compiling this. Although I did not have time this evening to read over it closely, a quick scan shows it hits of lots of topics I am less than familiar with. I will have to return to this node at a later time.

The one big missing in my mind is that I saw no mention of module-starter. I have a small directory in my sandbox filled with short bash scripts which read like this:

module-starter --module="My::Module" \ --dir="/home/hesco/sandbox/My-Module" \ --license="gpl" \ --author="Hugh Esco" \ --email="hesco@campaignfoundations.com"
I run the script, and it populates a build directory in my sandbox, with a starter test suite, and scaffolding for whatever modules I defined in the module-starter script, leaving me ready to focus on the problem domain instead of being overwhelmed by the technical details laid out in your article.

-- Hugh

if( $lal && $lol ) { $life++; }
if( $insurance->rationing() ) { $people->die(); }

In reply to Re: RFC: How to Release Modules on CPAN in 2011 by hesco
in thread RFC: How to Release Modules on CPAN in 2011 by ELISHEVA

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