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You got typo (head1 ne =head1). Also, I prefer =head(2|3|4) instead of =item for function listings ;)

You're missing a $VERSION variable (but I assume you're gonna add this as soon as you create a distribution -- when you do, it'd be a good idea to include a LICENSE file containing the licenses -- ExtUtils::ModuleMaker ).

I'd like to point out to you PostScript::ISOLatin9Encoding and PostScript::ISOLatin1Encoding, which are similar to your module (PostScript::UnicodeEncoding?).

However you decide to deal with the actual glyph file, it might be a good idea to attempt to download it during make time, and append it to your module. If you choose to prompt the user, but sure to use ExtUtil::MakeMaker's prompt and not roll your own (cause it detects if Makefile.PL is being run interactively or not -- very important).

And on a final note, I'd like to suggest that you remove your email and make a note of http://rt.cpan.org like so.

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In reply to Re: (RFC) PostScript::Glyph::MapToUnicode - my first (intended-to-be) CPAN module by PodMaster
in thread (RFC) PostScript::Glyph::MapToUnicode - my first (intended-to-be) CPAN module by Aristotle

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