I have finished the POD-Browser tool. It's a POD browser based in HTML view. You can read the POD of Perl Modules directly, without the use of extrenal files or HTML version of your PM files. In other words, you read directly in the Perl library files.
The browser will do everything automatically, including the search for the files. You just point a module name (FOO::BAR) and it looks for the .pm or .pod file of it. Links inside the POD are handled too, just click that it search for it in the library and show the HTML in the screen.
It's a good tool to write your POD, since you can refresh (just click GO again), and it show your last changes.
Get it at:
http://www.inf.ufsc.br/~gmpassos/POD-Browser-0.01-win32.exe (source included)
Graciliano M. P.
"The creativity is the expression of the liberty".
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