Although I had meant to do the full release of the new and improved File::HomeDir this weekend, I received a late complaint from Stepher Stenneker (the esteemed leader of Sydney.pm and creator of the Perl Camelpack) that "Why hadn't I implemented my_music etc on OS X, how dare I make Win32-specific features like that, and why didn't I do my_movies and my_videos as well".
After explaining that it wasn't my fault, but that I only had access to a Win32 desktop system at the moment, he hurumphed a little and stomped off.
12 hours later he was back having commited into the svn repository an implementation of my_movies and my_videos on Win32, and an implementation of as many of the media folders as possible on OS X as well. And he's pondering implementing them on Linux too.
And so I've now uploaded one last dev release of File::HomeDir before the final release in 24 hours or so if I don't hear anything bad.
There was one additional failure found by one user on Win32 due to nested dependency on Win32API::Registry, but that seems rare enough that I'm happy to go ahead with a production release and deal with it afterwards.