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Patch for missing "Perl Core Documentation" in toc

by whumann (Acolyte)
on Feb 09, 2009 at 18:01 UTC ( #742508=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Pod::Master

I tried using Pod::Master with Strawberry Perl v5.10.0. Basically worked but I had no entries under "Perl Core Documentation". I found the problem here:
if( $modulename =~ /^[Pp]od::(perl[a-z\d]*)/ ) { $Perldoc{$1} = $filename;
My core docs are not in 'pod' and not in 'Pod'. They are in 'pods' which is not matched by the regex. To make it work again, I had to change the code like this:
if( $modulename =~ /^[Pp]od[s]?::(perl[a-z\d]*)/ ) { $Perldoc{$1} = $filename;

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