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Module::Install::Base(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				Module::Install::Base(3pm)

Module::Install::Base - Base class for Module::Install extensions SYNOPSIS
In a Module::Install extension: use Module::Install::Base (); @ISA = qw(Module::Install::Base); DESCRIPTION
This module provide essential methods for all Module::Install extensions, in particular the common constructor "new" and method dispatcher "AUTOLOAD". METHODS
new(%args) Constructor -- need to preserve at least _top AUTOLOAD The main dispatcher - copy extensions if missing _top() Returns the top-level Module::Install object. admin() Returns the "_top" object's associated Module::Install::Admin object on the first run (i.e. when there was no inc/ when the program started); on subsequent (user-side) runs, returns a fake admin object with an empty "AUTOLOAD" method that does nothing at all. is_admin() Tells whether this is the first run of the installer (on author's side). That is when there was no inc/ at program start. True if that's the case. False, otherwise. SEE ALSO
Module::Install AUTHORS
Audrey Tang <> COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2003, 2004 by Audrey Tang <>. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See <> perl v5.14.2 2012-03-01 Module::Install::Base(3pm)

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inc::Module::Install(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				 inc::Module::Install(3pm)

inc::Module::Install - Module::Install configuration system SYNOPSIS
use inc::Module::Install; DESCRIPTION
This module first checks whether the inc/.author directory exists, and removes the whole inc/ directory if it does, so the module author always get a fresh inc every time they run Makefile.PL. Next, it unshifts "inc" into @INC, then loads Module::Install from there. Below is an explanation of the reason for using a loader module: The original implementation of CPAN::MakeMaker introduces subtle problems for distributions ending with "CPAN" (e.g., WAIT::Format::CPAN), because its placement in ./CPAN/ duplicates the real libraries that will get installed; also, the directory name ./CPAN/ may confuse users. On the other hand, putting included, for-build-time-only libraries in ./inc/ is a normal practice, and there is little chance that a CPAN distribution will be called "Something::inc", so it's much safer to use. Also, it allows for other helper modules like Module::AutoInstall to reside also in inc/, and to make use of them. AUTHORS
Audrey Tang <> COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2003, 2004 Audrey Tang <>. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See <> perl v5.14.2 2012-03-01 inc::Module::Install(3pm)
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