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Hello all,
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 :
PDF file
and if you want to change it, here is the original :
ODT file
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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    [marto]: IIRC the hiemdal suite made life much easier on windows, and people on XDA developers put out released of windows only pages for adb that made it less of a pain
    [marto]: Eily you can't remote connect the physical device via USB ;)
    [Corion]: Eily: Sure, that's what I do, but some things you need to do on the Android device directly, like when navigating the bootloader :-)
    [Eily]: marto you just need a longer cable :P
    [Corion]: marto: Yeah, but I'm somewhat wary of installing random USB drivers downloaded from mega.nz , Google Drive or whatever, so Linux wins there due to there being no conflicts and me just having to edit one text file in the worst case, to add the USB vendor
    [hippo]: Long USB cable FTW.
    [Corion]: Eily: I've thought of that, but I don't like running long cables through the appartment because sooner or later I'll trip over it, pulling at least one device off its stand :)
    [marto]: hmm, may have to patch CPAN::Meta to move from search.cpan to metacpan in the META.json/yml files
    [Corion]: marto: Heh - it seems that they plan to keep the search.cpan.org links alive for a long time. But still, I plan on moving PM to use/generate the new links
    [Corion]: And I think it's better to generate links to the new world instead of keeping the older links alive by generating new versions of them ;)

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