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Thanks, I follow your hints and it seems to work.

Just one think is not clear to me again.

I used a Build.PL file like this:

use strict; use warnings; use Module::Build; my $builder = Module::Build->new( module_name => 'Jump', license => 'perl', dist_author => q{Enzo Arlati <>}, dist_version_from => 'lib/', build_requires => { 'Test::More' => 0, }, sh_files => { 'sh/' => 'sh/' }, add_to_cleanup => [ 'Jump-*' ], create_makefile_pl => 'traditional', ); $builder->install_path( 'sh' => '/etc/profile.d/' ); $builder->add_build_element( 'sh' ); $builder->create_build_script();
In this file I have to add the statement:
sh_files => { 'sh/' => 'sh/' },
also if the source and destination of the sh files are the same.

If I comment this line the file are not processed.

Is this correct and there are a more polite way to tell the program to include the file *.sh ?

Regards, Enzo

In reply to Re^2: Add bash file to a dist package by earlati
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