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Sorry if I expressed myself in a mistakable way :). I didn't mean to criticise your tool -- I really like it and find it very useful. I just criticised your using an installer. You can distribute a Perl app along with compiled modules just fine using PAR or the older App::Packer (see e.g. my Shipping standalone perl apps on Win32, but I'm not sure whether App::Packer is still a good choice). Just put the whole directory in a ZIP file and ship that. I didn't take a look at your package, but I guess you did just that -- only instead of putting it into a ZIP file, you used an installer. This is the very small nit I am picking :). This is probably just a personal preference of mine -- I work on a number of different PCs and usually install only what is necessary, keeping small tools like yours on a central server so I can just run them from there.

Also, I second PodMaster's suggestion to use a SplashScreen on Startup.

In reply to Re: Re: Re: POD-Browser 0.01 released. by crenz
in thread POD-Browser 0.01 released. by gmpassos

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