1. Docs refer to a script that is not installed by default nor has an installation option
2. #! line of pod2pdf is invalid
But worst of all: default fonts are Times and Courier, both are unacceptable ugly, and the module offers no way to choose beautiful fonts (probably because the font metrics are hard-coded in the module).
0.44 is fine, but please please please please take 0.45 OFF CPAN!
It requires threads, and none of my perls has threads, but cpan still installs, as the tests don't fail, but the module doesn't work anymore.
As an old-time perl/Tk user, I'm really happy to see it is actively maintained, even for the more obtrusive OS's like Irix, AIX, and HP-UX.
Much easier to learn and use than e.g. Wx, and almost everything can be done. A lot of extra modules available on CPAN, from which you can learn how to do more difficult stuff.
For me ease-of-use and ease-of-maintainability is much more important that a missing `native' look, what Wx pretends to offer. So far I have been able to build simple, fast and functional GUI's with perl/Tk.
If you want to control the past, especially if you come from older VCS's like SCCS or CVS and moved to GIT, this module is your friend. A better name might have been Git::Stitch, but then again, what's in a name.
Branches are complex, and merging old (misplaced) branches from old repositories into one new comprehensive repository is quite difficult, even if you know the commands of the VCS at hand.
This module makes hard things relatively easy, but be sure that you envision your target before you go stitching/merging/joining.
Do not miss the script/ folder that is in this distribution. For me that is way more valuable then the module itself. Thanks BooK!