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Sorry, but I have to ask. From what I know of the modules you've listed, none of them will play any part in the runtime function, utility or effectiveness of your modules.

So how do you perceive that they will "improve the quality of your modules"?

All of the modules you've listed may -- and I heavily qualify that 'may' -- have some benefit for you as the maintainer of your code; but none of them -- with the possible exception of Devel::NYTProf -- will benefit the users of your code.

As someone who is fairly intimately familiar with the details and quality of your code; and your work ethic; I really wonder if your adoption of these tools will simply divert your attention from producing code that solves many peoples problems; to code that serves only to satisfy the arbitrary and capricious 'rules' of dumb (as in unthinking, inflexible) robotic tests that serve only to dogmatic compliance than user-felt improvements to the actual, runtime code?


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In reply to Re: Improving the quality of my modules by BrowserUk
in thread Improving the quality of my modules by SBECK

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