|Personally, I think using Module::Starter to create your test module is overkill, as most of Module::Starter is oriented to creating a framework for packaging up modules for distribution which you don't really need.
I've been using ExtUtils::ModuleMaker instead of Module::Starter, though both focus on getting a developer started.
i'd disagree about them being overkill, though, because they do create the basic organizational structure (directories, stub test files, etc) to get one in the habit of testing.
additionally, at least ExtUtils::ModuleMaker has options to create multiple modules, which is *very* convenient.
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