I have a cpan module the supplies a shell script with. I originally set the shebang line to #!/usr/bin/env perl until someone told me that cpan modules should run with #!perl or #!/usr/bin/perl.
I made the change but the problem I'm having now is that my tests are now failing because I do not have the required modules installed in my system perl. I'm using distzilla to release my distribution. What is the proper way to address this problem aside from installing all the modules on system perl?
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