perhaps a new h2xs mode that worked with an existing .pm, or a different tool.
I always write the .pm first, test it and then use h2xs. After using h2xs, I copy the module over.
Then, if I am going to submit it to CPAN, I make things a little shinier by removing silly comments from Makefile.PL and t/1.t.
So why not just use h2xs and then replace the .pm it generated? There's no need for a new tool to do that, I think :)
Now if only there was something that automated writing regression tests...
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