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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Unless I'm mistaken, the git-backpan-init [cpan.org] utility of Git::CPAN::Patch might be able to help you do that too.

    • Not quite. Mine adds the Github entries and also removes files that have since been made obsolete or moved.

      • I'm not sure what you've seen that program not do. I thought it would have each revision stored correctly, with each one only showing files that were in each versioned dist.

        I *think* it was inspired by my older program (but I could be wrong!) described here: http://rjbs.manxome.org/rubric/entry/1720 [manxome.org]

        Anyway, I hope we can all steal something from each other in the future!

        --
        rjbs
        • Yup, it was inspired by your script all right. :-)

          And I guess that while we're talking importing stuff to Github, we should probably also mention brian d foy's github_creator [github.com], for completeness' sake.