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I confess i have not been keeping up with new plugins, but here is my general Configuration that i use to build my CPAN modules from my github repo:

DIST=Your-Git-Distro rm -f *.tar.gz rm -rf ./$DIST git clone git://$DIST.git cd $DIST perl Makefile.PL make make {test,manifest,tardist} mv $DIST-*.tar.gz .. mv MANIFEST ../MANIFEST.txt make veryclean prove -rlj3 --formatter=TAP::Formatter::JUnit --timer t/| tee ../junit +.xml pod2html --infile lib/My/HardCoded/Path/To/ --outfile ../$DIS +T.html
I also configure the "Files to archive" to *.tar.gz,*.txt,*.html (Archive the Artifacts) as well as set "Test report XMLs" to junit.xml (Publish JUnit test result report). The results are archives of the POD and distribution tar ball as well as a nice JUnit graph for the test pass/fails. Hope this helps!


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