This is a very handy package for testing scripts.
I had been using Module::Build, but Module::Install is much handier to use.
It would be great if it worked.
A very handy module. I just wish it did not require ex::lib to build.
I create all my packages using this package.
It could be better documented and be easier to extend, but for the most part it is wonderful.
After installing modules for 10 minutes I gave up.
Now here is a very useful module.
The API this package uses is very nice.
I just could not bring my self to load all of the Dependacies for this package.
Maybe I just don't see the point.
I used to not test warnings. And they made my test output ugly. With this package those problems are gone. Now I test warnings and have beautifully clean test output.
I have found this to be a very handy tool to test code that outputs XML. The fact that element order is ignored can be a problem though.
This module is fast to load and easy to use.
I normally inherit Date::Calc::Object into a wrapper.
This package saves me a lot of time debugging. When I am forced to change the API of a method I can find out what breaks much faster.