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From:
Lincoln A. Baxter
Date:
November 19, 2003 20:40
Subject:
ExtUtils::MakeMaker or Module::Build
Message ID:
1069302878.14105.315.camel@lws
Hi,

I and several others are starting to put together a collection of
modules.  The will be an architecture for implementing a
data/application integration server.  More on that later when we have a
more complete description we can post.

But as we start to put this together we run across Module::Build.  In
the past I have always used ExtUtils::MakaMaker.  Is there a preference
(if one were starting from scratch), to using one over the other?

Obiously h2xs assumes MakeMaker, but that does not mean I could not
at this relatively early point (at the beginning of putting it
together), switch to Module::Build or Module::Build::Compat.

Are there opinions either way? or a consensus on the future directions?
I don't want to start a religious war, I just way to hear some opinions,
and try to understand (beyond the arguments in Module::Build's pod)
which is currently preferred and why.

Lincoln



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Lincoln A. Baxter <labaxter@comcast.net>


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