some of this has been discussed on #perl6, so I'd like to give a brief
Am 06.08.2010 17:53, schrieb Tadeusz Sośnierz:
While writing neutro (a working module installer, while waiting for
proto/pls, see ), and wandering around modules listed on
proto.perl6.org, I started wondering about a universal way to handle
installing them. For now, there are a few different approaches:
- some modules just supply a lib/ (and sometimes t/) directories
- some supply a makefile
- some give Configure.pl and Makefile.in
I'm thinking if there's some one, right way [tm] to do stuff,
There is more than one way to do it.
We should respect a Makefile if present, but install without complaining
if none is present.