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Dear all!

I discovered the module Tk::FileEntry. As far as I can see, it is part of Tk::ACH (

Does this module have to live in this namespace forever?

Usually, when I create modules, I run some h2xs command and get a specific directory structure. There, I create my module, pack it and can upload it to CPAN.

I did this for Tk::FileEntry to make it work: h2xs -b 5.14.3 -XA -n Tk::FileEntry

While looking for a way to contribute this, I saw that the module looks very different from what I was expecting. So, do I have to adjust my patch to this kind of directory structure of Tk::ACH (which would mean, that I won't provide a patch because I don't like it)?

Best regards,

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