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Hello, I sought deeper and found the answer to this today in the perl POD Document perlmod. See below. On Sun, 23 Jan 2011 15:32:16 +0200 Anne Wainwright <anothera...@fables.co.za> wrote: > Note: Beware! Default reply-to is to the list. > > > Hello, > > (Edoardo, how are you doing with Mojolicious. I had a quick look at > the site today only, but I could find nothing on Dancer). > > Is there anyone out there working throught the Diment & Trout > DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO CATALYST book? My query comes from there but is a > query in principle. > > If I have a working .pl file (LolCatalyst/Lite/Translator.pm) and can > succesfully run tests on my app to date thus : $ prove -lv t/ , > then ... > > If I take a subroutine from the working .pl file and place it in > another .pm file (LolCatalyst/Lite/Translator/LOLCAT.pm) in a lower > level dedicated directory, and then add in to the initial .pl file a > 'use' thus: > > use LolCatalyst::Lite::Translator::LOLCAT; > > should the tests still run. ie. should the use line refer the > subroutine request to the original .pm file down to the new one if > the sub is no longer in the original .pm file? <quote perlmod> For example, to start a traditional, non-OO module called Some::Module, create a file called Some/Module.pm ........ ...... ...... ...... any double colons in the module name, such as Some::Module, are translated into your system's directory separator, usually "/". <end quote perlmod> thus the module Module.pm in the POD example is located in /Some so my assumptions were correct, so any error is not a matter of module name and placement so I can stop wasting time and look elsewhere. as they say, rtfm! bestest Anne > > we are having trouble here! > > thanks in advance > Anne > > > On Mon, 6 Dec 2010 16:48:22 +0100 > Edoardo Sabadelli <edoardo.sabade...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > Note: Beware! Default reply-to is to the list. > > > > > > On Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 6:39 PM, Anne Wainwright > > <anothera...@fables.co.za> wrote: > > > Note: Beware! Default reply-to is to the list. > > > > > > > > > Hello, Ewald, > > > > > > Welcome! > > > > > > I have not got far, but am slowly building web app using Catalyst > > > which is the Perl answer to all other patent web production > > > systems. I am looking for some quality time over the Xmas recess > > > here to move forward a bit faster. > > > > I suggest to have a look also at the alternatives to Catalyst, like > > Dancer and Mojolicious. > > > > For small applications they are very interesting: easier to use and > > much more lightweight than Catalyst, from which they borrow a lot of > > concepts. > > > > I'm currently trying out Mojolicious for the rewrite of my personal > > site and I like it. > > > > Ciao! > _______________________________________________ > Za-pm mailing list > Zaemail@example.com > http://mail.pm.org/mailman/listinfo/za-pm > > posts also archived on Mail Archive > http://firstname.lastname@example.org/ _______________________________________________ Za-pm mailing list Zaemail@example.com http://mail.pm.org/mailman/listinfo/za-pm posts also archived on Mail Archive http://firstname.lastname@example.org/