GitHub now holds a pmtools Git repository. Since I have some time right now to attend to pmtools (and other personal programming), I thought it would make my life easier to move my pmtools development into Git while making pmtools development more collaborative.
(Yes, I will accept pull requests, but I reserve the right to review all changes before making a formal release.)
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I've released pmtools-1.20 with these fixes:
- pminst now only displays unique names.
- pminst now ignores non-existent directories in @INC.
- I added pmcheck, a utility to check whether Perl is set up
for Perl modules. At the moment, pmcheck just reports problems with @INC (missing directories, etc.)
Thanks to Matthew Persico and Andrew Pam for their help with pminst