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Re: Re: unhappy with Pod::Html

by dada (Chaplain)
on May 14, 2003 at 14:18 UTC ( #258104=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: unhappy with Pod::Html
in thread unhappy with Pod::Html

thanks PodMaster, I quote you in random order:
I disagree ... No
yup. I was obviously joking, I don't really want to kick anything out from anywhere :-)
You're not the first to complain, but most others interested in converting pod to html found other means
what I found was just the result of a quick search. it probably has something to do with the visibility of certain modules on or with my inability to use, your choice :-)
Pod::Html has been like this for a long time (very long time).
Extending Pod::Html would require a rewrite of Pod::Html.
and this was my point. I am unhappy with the current implementation of Pod::Html, because I see it as "the" standard way of converting POD to HTML. and for it to be something that can be called a module (eg. something that other programs than pod2html can use), it certainly needs a rewrite.
You're very much welcomed and encouraged to improve it and submit a patch along with tests to the perl 5 porters
ouch. this is the answer I feared most :-) frankly, my TODO list is consistently out of heap space, so I throw the idea out: who wants to take over Pod::Html and rewrite it?

it? Pod::Html is a module
o my poor english :-) should I've used "he" instead?


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