I've recently posted ExtUtils::ModuleMaker::TT to CPAN, which extends ModuleMaker to allow user-customized templates to support personal coding style. Also, it includes makeperlmod -- a new command line script that will read default ModuleMaker values from a config file when generating skeleton distributions. As a side benefit, it can add new skeleton .pm and .t files into an existing ModuleMaker distribution tree.
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