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Monday July 08, 2002
04:56 PM

For those who want it all...

[ #6226 ]
file: $CPAN/authors/id/R/RS/RSPIER/Bundle-Everything-0.01.tar.gz
size: 13223 bytes
md5: 36a3b1661b915e74e44edd3f934f1e27

Yes. It is what you think.

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  • Does it contain Bundle::Everything?  :-)

    --Nat

  • If I wanted to mess you up, I could write a Makefile.PL for a dummy module that does bad things, and since most people run perl -MCPAN -e shell under root, I just wait for Bundle-Everything-0.02, and for someone to run it under root.
    • Yes.. You could. And a well known perl author has already done something similar with a popular module. (Except it doesn't _actually_ do anything bad, at the moment.)

      But I take no responsibility for the uses or abuses of Bundle::Everything.  :)

    • Well, I think it's about time I finally got it together and requested a PAUSE ID.  :)

      --
      J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers