Jason L Tibbitts <email@example.com> writes:
> I already use MakeMaker; it handles all of the complicated installation
> and lots of other things (like building the distributions I sent out).
> Basically, I'm treating Majordomo as a perl extension, then adding hacks
> to support behavior that extensions don't normally give you (like
> executables and the postinstall target). I'm also keeping the modules
> separate from where modules normally go, although in the end I suppose
> it doesn't matter.
*nod* And I think this is the Right way to do it, too.
> But if you don't have Config.pm working, then you can't even build the
> MD5 module which you need to run Majordomo. I really don't see the
> point of the objection.
Neither do I. It's SOP for Perl modules.
Russ Allbery (firstname.lastname@example.org) <URL:http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>