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Really? I've been having trouble with that. Any help you can provide would be appreciated.

What do I set NAME to? If I set NAME to 'MyCorp', then it only installs modules in lib/MyCorp/, and totally ignores lib/OtherUtils/.

I have a structure like:

t/tests.t lib/MyCorp/ lib/MyCorp/Submodules/ lib/OtherUtil/ Makefile.PL bin/
The problem is, and get installed OK, but Mod3 is ignored. NAME in Makefile.PL is set to 'MyCorp'.

Do I need multiple makefiles for this? aka:

Makefile.PL (master) MyCorp/Makefile.PL MyCorp/lib/MyCorp/ OtherUtil/Makefile.PL OtherUtil/lib/OtherUtil/

The only way it works for me now, is if I put everything under MyCorp/.

Thanks, ~Jon

In reply to Re: Re: Re: non-CPAN module distributions by jmanning2k
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