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Sahil Tandon put forth on 10/22/2010 10:35 PM:
> On Fri, 2010-10-22 at 19:16:31 -0500, Stan Hoeppner wrote:
>> Sahil Tandon put forth on 10/22/2010 6:55 PM:
>>> CPAN is a core module, so it should be installed by default. And
>>> acquiring modules via CPAN is already well documented. :)
>> I simply think the bar is set a bit high. OPs with no knowledge of
>> the perl subsystem wouldn't be able to get checkdbl.pl up and running
>> with the current documentation. No offense toward your documentation
>> intended. I just think it's too sparse for some users who would want
>> to implement this. Maybe I'm all wet.
> If you want to write something, I can throw it in the comments, but I do
> not want to actually "support" this script. It is intended only for
> people who know how to use it.
Ok, got it. When I refer peeps to it I'll make clear they need to know
how to install Perl modules, etc, and that the software is "as is, no
support, no warranty".
I just like it so well I felt like evangelizing it a bit. :) Sorry for
any headaches Sahil.