Doesn't seem to work in IE 6 or IE 7 (apache 2.2.6, mod_perl 2.03). Works in Firefox and Safari though.
What does this offer over List::Compare?
Why is this module in the HTML:: namespace? Shouldn't it be in the WWW:: namespace with all the other web API stuff?
Splitting Rose up into separate pieces is a mistake, IMHO. It should be one distribution.
If you've got modules that could be useful outside of Rose, they shouldn't be in the Rose namespace.
If you can't be bothered to even change the "blah blah blah" or anything else from the vanilla h2xs output, why'd you even bother to submit the module?
Poorly named. Seems a bit scatterbrained. According to the description, it provides a human-readable logfile. That's nice, but why have a method to create SQL code to insert a hash table into a database?
At this point anyway, it doesn't seem to warrant a top-level distribution. It would probably be better in the Log:: namespace. And the author should look at DBIx::Hash2Table before sticking routines like that into this module.
This truly is "kwik" to install. I wish all software was this easy to install. The architecture is great, too: plugins, TT2--what else could you possibly want? Well, perhaps some actual documentation in the PODs.
If you are looking for a simple database abstraction layer that allows you to avoid SQL ugliness, I recommend Class::DBI instead of this module.