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You're the one who keeps pushing Module::Build like it's the new sliced bread. You're the one who keeps pushing Module::Build::Compat as if it provides compatibility. When people complain, you say "well send the patches." When people send patches, you don't incorporate them, until 30 release cycles later when someone sends then again. Ungrateful? You just want your ego stroked.

In reply to Re: What's wrong with PREFIX, you ungrateful fucks. by Anonymous Monk
in thread Module::Build users -- please use the "traditional" create_makefile_pl option by perrin

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