RTx question - how do you populate the inc folder?

I seem to be having trouble figuring out how to create the
inc::Module::Install using Module::Install::RTx, despite reading the
README, POD, and the section in “RT Essentials.” I can’t find anything
on using Module::Install::RTx on the wiki.

AFAICT, none of those source say how to create or update
inc::Module::Install.

I’ve looked at the dist target in the Makefile generated by one RTx
module’s Makefile.PL, and I don’t see any evidence that it’s creating
the bundled inc/ folder. Which leads me to assume that the folder is
created by hand.

So, do we just copy the whole of the lib/ folders from Module::Install
and Module::Install::RTx to our inc/ every time we release a revision of
our RTx?

Regards,

Richard Siddall

I seem to be having trouble figuring out how to create the
inc::Module::Install using Module::Install::RTx, despite reading the
README, POD, and the section in “RT Essentials.” I can’t find
anything
on using Module::Install::RTx on the wiki.

Module::Install::RTx is just a subclass of Module::Install,
which is what you probably want to find docs for.

Just run perl Makefile.PL and inc/ will be created
and populated. If you have RTx(‘RTx-Foo’); in your
Makefile.PL, Module::Install::RTx will be invoked
and installed into inc

-kevin

Kevin Falcone wrote:

Module::Install::RTx is just a subclass of Module::Install,
which is what you probably want to find docs for.

Just run perl Makefile.PL and inc/ will be created
and populated. If you have RTx(‘RTx-Foo’); in your
Makefile.PL, Module::Install::RTx will be invoked
and installed into inc

-kevin

Thanks! (Just got a chance to try that.)

Regards,

Richard Siddall

Care enough to write small article on packaging RT extension on the wiki?On Sat, Jun 27, 2009 at 12:02 AM, Richard Siddallrichard.siddall@elirion.net wrote:

Kevin Falcone wrote:

Module::Install::RTx is just a subclass of Module::Install,
which is what you probably want to find docs for.

Just run perl Makefile.PL and inc/ will be created
and populated. If you have RTx(‘RTx-Foo’); in your
Makefile.PL, Module::Install::RTx will be invoked
and installed into inc

-kevin

Thanks! (Just got a chance to try that.)

Regards,

   Richard Siddall

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