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RedHat 9 (Linux i386) - man page for pptemplate (redhat section 1)

PPTEMPLATE(1)		       User Contributed Perl Documentation		    PPTEMPLATE(1)

NAME
       pptemplate - script to generate Makefile.PL and PP file skeleton

SYNOPSIS
	       # generate Makefile.PL and mymodule.pd in CWD
	       pptemplate PDL::MyModule;

DESCRIPTION
       The pptemplate script is the easiest way to start a new module for PDL that contains PP
       code (see also PDL::PP). The usage is simply

	 pptemplate modulename;

       As a result pptemplate will generate a perl Makefile for the new module (Makefile.PL) that
       contains the minimal structure to generate a module from PP code and also a skeleton file
       for your new module.

       The file will be called mymod.pd if you called "pptemplate" as

	 pptemplate PDL::CleverAlgs::Mymod;

       I suppose you can work out the naming rule ";)". If not resort to experimentation or the
       source code.

       "pptemplate" will refuse to overwrite existing files of the same name to avoid accidents.
       Move them out of the way if you really want to scrap them.

       Options

       Currently there is only the "-i" option which switches "pptemplate" into the so called
       internal mode.  It should only be used when you are starting a new module within the main
       PDL tree that is supposed to be part of the PDL distribution and the normal PDL build
       process, e.g.

	  cd PDL/IO;
	  mkdir Mpthree; cd Mpthree;
	  pptemplate -i PDL::IO::Mpthree;

BUGS
       Maybe ";)".  Feedback and bug reports are welcome.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (c) 2001, Christian Soeller. All Rights Reserved.  This module is free software.
       It may be used, redistributed and/or modified under the same terms as PDL itself (see
       http://pdl.perl.org).

perl v5.8.0				    2003-01-29				    PPTEMPLATE(1)


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