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Here's my revamp of simonflk's utility rolling in D&P's compact stuff:

STANDARD COMPACT USAGE:

$> newmodule -name Foo::Bar -version 0.01 -compact 1
$> newmodule -n Foo::Bar -v 0.01 -c 1
COMPACT USAGE WITH VERSION # IN FOLDER NAME:
$> newmodule -name Foo::Bar -version 0.01 -compact 2
$> newmodule -n Foo::Bar -v 0.01 -c 2
$> newmodule -n Foo::Bar -v 0.01 (My Default Setting)
DEFAULT FOLDER NAMING USAGE:
$> newmodule -name Foo::Bar -version 0.01 -compact 0
$> newmodule -n Foo::Bar -v 0.01 -c 0
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use Getopt::Long; use ExtUtils::ModuleMaker 0.204; my %author = ( NAME => 'Christopher Baker', EMAIL => 'ignatz@ignatzmouse.com', # CPANID => 'IGNATZ', Someday *SIGH* WEBSITE => 'http://www.ignatzmouse.com' ); # Set some defaults my $license = 'perl'; my $version = '0.01'; my $module_name = ''; my $compact = 2; my $extra_modules = ''; my @extra_modules = (); GetOptions ( 'name=s' => \$module_name, 'version:f' => \$version, 'license:s' => \$license, 'extra:s' => \$extra_modules, 'compact:i' => \$compact ); Usage() unless $module_name; ###################################################################### +######### # Now make the module ###################################################################### +######### push @extra_modules, {NAME => $_, ABSTRACT => $_} for split /,/, $extra_modules; Generate_Module_Files ( NAME => $module_name, ABSTRACT => $module_name, AUTHOR => \%author, VERSION => $version, LICENSE => $license, compact => $compact, # Module uses wrong option case, not C +OMPACT EXTRA_MODULES => \@extra_modules ); if ($compact == 2) { my $dir_name = $module_name; $dir_name =~ s/::/-/g; print STDERR "renaming '$dir_name' to '$dir_name-$version'\n"; rename $dir_name, "$dir_name-$version" or warn "Could not rename '$dir_name' to '$dir_name-$version': + $!"; } sub Usage { my ($prog) = $0 =~ /\/([^\/]+)$/; print <<HELP; $prog - Simple Module Maker Usage: $prog <-name ModuleName> [-version=?] [-extra=?,?] [-license=?] + [-compact=?] Eg: $prog -name My::Module $prog -name My::Module -version 0.11 -extra My::Utils,My::Extra -license perl HELP }
()-()
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In reply to Re: Re: ExtUtils::ModuleMaker by ignatz
in thread ExtUtils::ModuleMaker by simonflk

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