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The MANIFEST did not call for the files in the .AppleDouble folder, but they are still copied to blib. This is still a problem.

Well, .AppleDouble/Foo.pm sure did not get copied to blib (I tested)

But lib/.AppleDouble/Foop.pm did -- you should have been more specific!

But I'd say its still not a problem because the purpose of MANIFEST.SKIP is to control which files get put into a tarball when you use make dist -- and if you do use  make dist then the resulting tarball will be free of .AppleDouble folders

Otherwise you'd have to use the icky PM_FILTER option, or the laborious PM option

PM => { 'Foo.pm' => '$(INST_LIBDIR)/Foo.pm', 'lib/Foop.pm' => '$(INST_LIBDIR)/Foop.pm', },

In reply to Re^5: ExtUtils::MakeMaker and dot files by Anonymous Monk
in thread ExtUtils::MakeMaker and dot files by SleepyJay

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