I may be just showing signs of early alzheimer's but I thought I could accomplish something with the h2xs command and find I can't.
Maybe I just dreamed it but here is what I thought I remembered: if I run h2xs once such that:
$ h2xs -AXn Foo
it would create a directory with all the Foo module stuff in it in a CPAN compatible manner. Here's where my memory fails me. I thought that if I followed up with:
$ h2xs -AXn Foo::Bar
$ h2xs -AXn Foo::Baz
$ h2xs -AXn Foo::Bar::Blaht
that there was a way to cooerce h2xs to put all of them in the same directory tree and update stuff along the way.
Did that work once upon a time or did I dream it?
Peter L. Berghold -- Unix Professional
Peter -at- Berghold -dot- Net; AOL IM redcowdawg Yahoo IM: blue_cowdawg
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