Yeah - I realized that I'd left that out and tried to add it with an update. Twice. It didn't work. Hopefully, this reply will get posted, though. :)
Just in case, it does, here's what I was trying to add/substitute:
# The right way to build a package; this will automatically add a vers
# by reading $VERSION inside your .pm file as well as create a META.ym
perl Makefile.PL; make test; make dist
# The fallback method, just in case; no META.yml, and you'll have to a
+ppend the version
tar cvzf Amazing-Perl-Extension-0.01.tgz Amazing-Perl-Extension
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