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"Ignoramus23186" <ignoramus23186NOSPAM.23186.invalid> wrote in message news:K3PQe.110824$f24.30223fe18.usenetserver.com. .. > I wrote a module Net::eBay for easy communication with ebay via > XML. You can use it to sell stuff, bid, search, and whatever. I use it > to sell various things effectively. You still need to get developer > keys to access ebay, to use with my module. > > I want to make a cpan distro and do not know how to do it easily. I > recall some very easy tools, but forgot what they were. > > perldoc -q "create a module" (Btw, I saw your post on ...

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    "Ignoramus23186" <ignoramus23186NOSPAM.23186.invalid> wrote in message
    news:K3PQe.110824$f24.30223fe18.usenetserver.com. ..
    > I wrote a module Net::eBay for easy communication with ebay via
    > XML. You can use it to sell stuff, bid, search, and whatever. I use it
    > to sell various things effectively. You still need to get developer
    > keys to access ebay, to use with my module.
    >
    > I want to make a cpan distro and do not know how to do it easily. I
    > recall some very easy tools, but forgot what they were.
    >
    >
    perldoc -q "create a module"

    (Btw, I saw your post on c.l.p.misc about this. You seem to have taken on
    board John Bokma's suggestion that it be called "Net::eBay". Imho, that's
    the correct thing to do :-)

    Cheers,
    Rob


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    On Tue, 30 Aug 2005 11:16:02 GMT, Ignoramus8644 wrote:
    > thanks
    >
    > [url]http://search.cpan.org/~ichudov/Net-eBay-0.01/lib/Net/eBay.pm[/url]
    >
    > I will make updates to it soon.
    Sounds interesting, and welcome to the perl module building community.
    You should indent the code lines in the pod section and use some
    =for html <pre>
    tags to make the html docs a little more readable.

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    On Tue, 30 Aug 2005 15:53:15 GMT, Ignoramus8644 wrote:
    > Thanks... Will try to do asap. Would you give me some example of such
    > good formatting, thanks. My readme turned out messed up.
    Well, heres one of my modules;
    [url]http://search.cpan.org/~srpatt/Printer-0.98/lib/Printer.pm[/url] [html]
    http://search.cpan.org/src/SRPATT/Printer-0.98/lib/Printer.pm [original]
    The doentation's towards the end.

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