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well, here's a slightly edited script i used to start creating a bundle of modules for a project i'm trying to finish:
#!/usr/bin/perl use ExtUtils::ModuleMaker; my $mod = ExtUtils::ModuleMaker->new( NAME => 'ConferenceBuilder', EXTRA_MODULES => [ { NAME => 'ConferenceBuilder::Foundation' }, { NAME => 'ConferenceBuilder::Instance' }, { NAME => 'ConferenceBuilder::Accreditations' }, { NAME => 'ConferenceBuilder::Products' }, { NAME => 'ConferenceBuilder::Sessions' }, { NAME => 'ConferenceBuilder::Addons' }, ], AUTHOR => { NAME =>'geektron', EMAIL => '', ORGANIZATION => 'Dis.Organized', WEBSITE => 'http://www' }, VERSION => '0.01', LICENSE => 'artistic', ); $mod->complete_build();
just chmod it to executable, and run.

it made all the modules in the ConferenceBuilder tree and

In reply to Re^4: Application Testing: Custom Module or Perl Test Files? by geektron
in thread Application Testing: Custom Module or Perl Test Files? by ghenry

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