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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • People will find out the bugs that matter. Those they won't find, don't matter.

    (No, I haven't drunk the Microsoft QA kool-aid. I'm just being pragmatic.)
    • Yes.

      Release early, release often

      Your users will find many more bugs than you ever could - if they don't then everything is fine.
      You will even get to test things better yourself, because you will be installing the module from CPAN (you will be doing that won't you?) just as anybody else - so many bugs may show up at that point. I find that a release after a major overhaul resultat in a flurry of small bug-fix releases until everything stabilises.

      If you are really uncertain, then tell you users that this is a pre-release for testing - many will help by testing it for you.