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In Win32::Mechanize::NotepadPlusPlus, I added a rule in my Makefile.PL postamble, so that make populateversion will take the VERSION that the Makefile sees (which it grabs from the "primary" module in the dist, thanks to $mm_args{VERSION_FROM} ), and uses perl to do an in-place edit of the our $VERSION =... from the related modules.

# auto-populate the VERSION in the submodules from $(VERSION), which c +omes from main module populateversion :: lib/Win32/Mechanize/NotepadPlusPlus.pm $(NOECHO) $(ECHO) want to auto-populate VERSION in all sub-modules +: $(VERSION) $(PERL) -pi -e "s/^(\s*our\s+.VERSION\s*=).*?;.*?$$/\1 '$(VERSION) +'; # auto-populated from W::M::NPP/" lib/Win32/Mechanize/NotepadPlusP +lus/Notepad.pm lib/Win32/Mechanize/NotepadPlusPlus/Editor.pm

So I just have to change the version in one master location, and then make populateversion (or, since I have other rules that depend on that rule, run one of those other rules for doing other documentation updates) to get the version in sync across the modules.


In reply to Re^3: $VERSION in module files by pryrt
in thread $VERSION in module files by bliako

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