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I dont think there is a way "standard" way to do this if you mean recursively generating the makefiles from Makefile.PL's and then the appropriate action as a cascade. I can think of a few (horrible) ways to do this by hand but... :-(

The solution ive come with at work is to merge components into one extremely large distro, with some twenty or so modules controlled from one Makefile. Its relatively easy to do, but a touch of a pain to admin. Anway, if you do find a way, please let me know. I do recommend of all places perlXStut as it has something in there involving MYEXTLIB but it looks like that is oriented towards building C libraries and not a perl distro.


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In reply to Re: MakeMaker to make Makefile in subdir by demerphq
in thread MakeMaker to make Makefile in subdir by scain

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