I also recommend reading perlnewmod. It is also worth reading perlmod and perlmodlib for general information about writing modules, versions, the CPAN, etc
Depending on your coding style, you may find ExtUtils::ModuleMaker useful.
update: Sorry lachoy, I meant this as a reply to root doc. God, I haven't done that in a while!
update 2: Just posted a review of ExtUtils::ModuleMaker with sample code. BTW, if you use Make.pm on Win32, it will do a make dist.
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