Oh yeah, I switched SYNOPSIS/DESCRIPTION, d'oh ;)
And the 2nd d'oh, I generated that page by hand , without the --header option, here's what it really looks like by default (d'oh).
Now, I am not subclassing Pod::Html, so whatever Pod::Html does, it does on its own (i myself like the toc)
What does Will this be handled in a generic POD way, or will it take advantage of that nifty INSTALLED MODULES format? mean?
What is a "generic POD way"? And how would I take advantage of "that nifty INSTALLED MODULES format?"
I kind of think DEPENDENCIES belong in the README/Makefile.PL, so that's why I didn't put it in the pod.
I'm pretty satisfied with Pod::Html and I don't plan on re-inventing it any time soon (i'm satisfied in writing patches ;)
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