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jonasbn (1153)

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Perl Programmer located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Active member of Copenhagen Perl Mongers.

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Friday December 09, 2005
06:03 AM

Patch for Class::Hook 0.01

[ #27911 ]

Today my work continues with what seems to be some of the less travelled corridors of the Comprehensive Perl Archive Network.

I am attempting to try out WSDL-Generator, which depends on Class::Hook. Class::Hook installs a file FOO.pm together with Class::Hook, which seem only to be there for testing purposes.

So I have created a patch for the Makefile.PL to exclude the pollution of the Perl installation.

The patch is somewhat not what I would enjoy myself in that sense that ExtUtils::MakeMaker only seem to honor positive lists - so you tell what needs to be installed in order to get an implicit negative-list - this would mean that on order to exclude one file/module you would have to maintain the postitive list in your Makefile.PL.

I attempted to create the patch using PMLIBDIR instead of PM hoping that it would work the same way, but I could not get it to work.'

I would REALLY like to see handling of negative-lists in ExtUtils::MakeMaker (eventhough Module::Build is my preferred building framework).

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