Randy J. Ray
rjray at blackperl.com
Mon Apr 7 20:21:21 BST 2008
> I'm not Richard, but I read his statement as:
> As the author of Pod::Coverage, which is used as one way to score a tick
> in CPANTS, I'd like to repeat that there a world of difference between what
> you need to do to fool the tool into give you a ticked box, and what you
> need to actually do to be useful to a human.
> So don't read *too* much into CPANTS.
For someone as curmudgeonly as I tend to be, I often forget what an optimist I
am at times.
I actually use the metrics provided by CPANTS to actively improve my modules,
not just tick boxes. Documentation fanatic that I am, Test::Pod::Coverage was
like a mild, decaffeinated crack.
Randy J. Ray rjray at blackperl.com
Sunnyvale, CA http://www.rjray.org
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