Niko Tyni wrote:
> Pod::Man currently supports the POD_MAN_DATE environment variable,
> which can be set to an empty string to disable the timestamp
> altogether. Globally disabling the date header in Pod::Man would
> also affect locally built modules and documentation, which may not be
> desirable. Having debhelper set POD_MAN_DATE would affect only Debian
> packages, which would be a less controversial change.
Sounds sane to me.
I'd volunteer to implement that in debhelper if there's no opposition.
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