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Replace text substitution with DZ badges plugin #6

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paultcochrane commented Nov 2, 2017

The GitHubREADME::Badge Dist::Zilla plugin does the same job as the
AfterBuild command was doing (although puts the info in a different
location in the README) and is a more configurable way of adding badges
to the README on GitHub.

I stumbled upon this solution while trying to get this dist to build on AppVeyor, which almost worked, but since Test::mysqld is Unix-only, it wouldn't work in the end. Nevertheless, hopefully this patch helps a bit.

Replace text substitution with DZ badges plugin
The GitHubREADME::Badge Dist::Zilla plugin does the same job as the
AfterBuild command was doing (although puts the info in a different
location in the README) and is a more configurable way of adding badges
to the README on GitHub.

@preaction preaction merged commit 7bbaed7 into preaction:master Nov 3, 2017

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Neat! Now I just have to go around and update all my other dist.ini files, too. Thanks!

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preaction commented Nov 3, 2017

Neat! Now I just have to go around and update all my other dist.ini files, too. Thanks!

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