I made this for myself : a PDF printable version of the Moose::Manual. I will do it for the Moose::Cookbook too.
I thought others might want to use it. Help yourself :
and if you want to change it, here is the original :
All critics are more than welcome, and you can make changes yourselves now.
I think (it's just my very humble opinion) that ALL Perl documentation should be provided in such a printable format,
so that people like me who are hurt by screens can easily print it all. It's also easier for me to learn when i can highlight things and take notes.
I didn't know where to share it, so i just put it here for now. If anybody has a better idea, please move it or tell me where to post / send it.
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