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- -=| Gunnar Wolf, 12.09.2007 19:26 |=-
> Damyan Ivanov dijo [Mon, Sep 10, 2007 at 03:45:19PM +0300]:
>> I am wondering, shouldn't the contents of bin/ be included in the
>> package somehow? For example, bin/wwwshell.pl as usr/bin/wwwshell and
>> the others somewhere in usr/share/doc/$pkg/examples?
>> That would require writing a man page for wwwshell, though.
>> The point is, that the whole purpose of the package is to provide easy
>> access to the WWW::Mechanize facilities via a shell-like environment,
>> even the package contains "-shell-" in its name, but the promised
>> shell-like environment is not available easily.
> Umh... How would you feel about putting this in a separate binary
> package? Would make sense...
I hesitate to introduce separate package just for a 10-line perl script :/
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