No, the hook could dynamically download and install locally, or copy from a network location, the files. It could also be used for things like verifying signatures, or reporting which modules and versions were actually used (before shipping).

Instead of die'ing when a use fails, it could automatically grab it from CPAN. Transparant use of distributed scripts!

—John


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