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57 MANIFEST
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1   -COPYING
2   -INSTALLING
3   -MANIFEST
4   -Makefile.PL
5   -README
6   -contrib/MailTool.pm
7   -contrib/README
8   -examples/mime_fwd
9   -examples/mime_gif
10   -examples/mime_hack
11   -examples/mime_longlines
12   -examples/mime_postcard
13   -examples/nodisp
14   -lib/MIME/Lite.pm
15   -t/ExtUtils/TBone.pm
16   -t/Utils.pm
17   -t/addrs.t
18   -t/data.t
19   -t/head.t
20   -t/parts.t
21   -t/verify.t
22   -t/types.t
23   -testin/README
24   -testin/hello
25   -testin/test.html
26   -changes.pod
27   -META.yml Module meta-data (added by MakeMaker)
  1 +COPYING
  2 +INSTALLING
  3 +LICENSE
  4 +MANIFEST
  5 +Makefile.PL
  6 +README
  7 +contrib/MailTool.pm
  8 +contrib/README
  9 +examples/mime_fwd
  10 +examples/mime_gif
  11 +examples/mime_hack
  12 +examples/mime_longlines
  13 +examples/mime_postcard
  14 +examples/nodisp
  15 +lib/MIME/Lite.pm
  16 +t/ExtUtils/TBone.pm
  17 +t/Utils.pm
  18 +t/addrs.t
  19 +t/data.t
  20 +t/head.t
  21 +t/parts.t
  22 +t/pod.t
  23 +t/pod-coverage.t
  24 +t/verify.t
  25 +t/types.t
  26 +testin/README
  27 +testin/hello
  28 +testin/test.html
  29 +changes.pod
  30 +META.yml Module meta-data (added by MakeMaker)
93 Makefile.PL 100755 → 100644
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1   -#!/usr/bin/perl
2   -use ExtUtils::MakeMaker;
3   -
4   -#------------------------------------------------------------
5   -# Makefile:
6   -#------------------------------------------------------------
7   -
8   -print "MIME::Lite is designed to take advantage of a variety of external modules\n",
9   - "if they are not present then MIME::Lite will attempt to do its best\n",
10   - "but its strongly recommend that you install them.\n\n",
11   - "These modules are:\n",
12   - "\tMail::Address\n",
13   - "\tMIME::Types\n",
14   - "\tFile::Basename\n",
15   - "\tMIME::Base64\n",
16   - "\tMIME::QuotedPrint\n",
17   - "Some or all of these maybe included with your perl, neverless if you wish\n",
18   - "I can add these modules to the prereq list which will cause the files to be\n",
19   - "automatically installed if they arent already present\n";
20   -my %prereq;
21   -if (prompt("Add prereqs?",'Yes')=~/y/i) {
22   - %prereq=(
23   - 'Mail::Address' => 1.62,
24   - 'MIME::Types' => 1.13,
25   - 'File::Basename' => undef,
26   - 'MIME::Base64' => undef,
27   - 'MIME::QuotedPrint' => undef,
28   - );
29   -}
30   -
31   -
32   -
33   -
34   -
35   -# Write the Makefile:
36   -WriteMakefile(
37   - NAME => 'MIME::Lite',
38   - VERSION_FROM => "lib/MIME/Lite.pm",
39   - DISTNAME => "MIME-Lite",
40   - EXE_FILES => [@EXES],
41   - 'dist' => {
42   - #PREOP => 'cvu_perl_preop -m MIME::Lite -f',#demerphq
43   - COMPRESS => 'gzip',
44   - SUFFIX => 'gz',
45   - },
46   - 'PREREQ_PM' => \%prereq,
47   - );
48   -
  1 +#!/usr/bin/perl
  2 +use ExtUtils::MakeMaker;
  3 +
  4 +#------------------------------------------------------------
  5 +# Makefile:
  6 +#------------------------------------------------------------
  7 +
  8 +print "MIME::Lite is designed to take advantage of a variety of external modules\n",
  9 + "if they are not present then MIME::Lite will attempt to do its best\n",
  10 + "but its strongly recommend that you install them.\n\n",
  11 + "These modules are:\n",
  12 + "\tMail::Address\n",
  13 + "\tMIME::Types\n",
  14 + "\tFile::Basename\n",
  15 + "\tMIME::Base64\n",
  16 + "\tMIME::QuotedPrint\n",
  17 + "Some or all of these maybe included with your perl, neverless if you wish\n",
  18 + "I can add these modules to the prereq list which will cause the files to be\n",
  19 + "automatically installed if they arent already present\n";
  20 +my %prereq;
  21 +if (prompt("Add prereqs?",'Yes')=~/y/i) {
  22 + %prereq=(
  23 + 'Mail::Address' => 1.62,
  24 + 'MIME::Types' => 1.13,
  25 + 'File::Basename' => undef,
  26 + 'MIME::Base64' => undef,
  27 + 'MIME::QuotedPrint' => undef,
  28 + );
  29 +}
  30 +
  31 +# Write the Makefile:
  32 +WriteMakefile(
  33 + NAME => 'MIME::Lite',
  34 + (eval { ExtUtils::MakeMaker->VERSION(6.21) } ? (LICENSE => 'perl') : ()),
  35 + VERSION_FROM => "lib/MIME/Lite.pm",
  36 + DISTNAME => "MIME-Lite",
  37 + EXE_FILES => [@EXES],
  38 + 'dist' => {
  39 + #PREOP => 'cvu_perl_preop -m MIME::Lite -f',#demerphq
  40 + COMPRESS => 'gzip',
  41 + SUFFIX => 'gz',
  42 + },
  43 + 'PREREQ_PM' => \%prereq,
  44 +);
  45 +
0  changes.pod 100755 → 100644
File mode changed
4 lib/MIME/Lite.pm
@@ -350,7 +350,7 @@ use vars qw(
350 350 #==============================
351 351 #
352 352 # GLOBALS, EXTERNAL/CONFIGURATION...
353   -$VERSION = "3.01_05";
  353 +$VERSION = "3.01_06";
354 354 $VERSION = eval $VERSION;
355 355
356 356 ### Automatically interpret CC/BCC for SMTP:
@@ -3593,7 +3593,7 @@ you provide.
3593 3593
3594 3594 =head1 VERSION
3595 3595
3596   -Version: 3.01_05 (Dev Test Release)
  3596 +Version: 3.01_06 (Dev Test Release)
3597 3597
3598 3598 =head1 CHANGE LOG
3599 3599
11 t/pod-coverage.t
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  1 +#!perl -T
  2 +
  3 +use Test::More;
  4 +eval "use Test::Pod::Coverage 1.08";
  5 +plan skip_all => "Test::Pod::Coverage 1.08 required for testing POD coverage"
  6 + if $@;
  7 +
  8 +all_pod_coverage_ok({
  9 + coverage_class => 'Pod::Coverage::CountParents',
  10 + trustme => [ qw(headers) ],
  11 +});
6 t/pod.t
... ... @@ -0,0 +1,6 @@
  1 +#!perl -T
  2 +
  3 +use Test::More;
  4 +eval "use Test::Pod 1.14";
  5 +plan skip_all => "Test::Pod 1.14 required for testing POD" if $@;
  6 +all_pod_files_ok();

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