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> Why is this module in the HTML:: namespace? Shouldn't it be in the
> WWW:: namespace with all the other web API stuff?
It's not really an API interface. You give it points and it prints out HTML. No network traffic (unless you use the Geo::Coder::Google functionality) and no web scraping.
This module provides a simple and clear means of quickly producing HTML Google maps with plotted points. There's not much error-checking, and my initial install failed because the distribution did not check the version number of Geo::Coder::Google, upon which it depends, and which underwent a major API change between the time when I last updated my install, and the author of HTML::GoogleMaps wrote his module. With a little work, this module could turn into a useful utility.
Of course, this is not a recommended approach to working with Google Maps, but that is another story.
Why is this module in the HTML:: namespace? Shouldn't it be in the WWW:: namespace with all the other web API stuff?