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       Bio::Root::Build - A common Module::Build subclass base for BioPerl distributions


         ...TO BE ADDED


       This is a subclass of Module::Build so we can override certain methods and do fancy stuff

       It was first written against Module::Build::Base v0.2805. Many of the methods here are
       copy/pasted from there in their entirety just to change one or two minor things, since for
       the most part Module::Build::Base code is hard to cleanly override.

       Note: per bug 3196, the majority of the code in this module has been revised or commented
       out to bring it in line with the Module::Build API. In particular, 'requires/recommends'
       tags in the Build.PL file were not of the same format as those for Module::Build, and so
       caused serious issues with newer versions (including giving incorrect meta data). Other
       problematic methods involving automatic installation of prereq modules via CPAN were also
       removed as they do not work with more modern perl tools such as perlbrew and cpanm.


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AUTHOR - Sendu Bala



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