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From: Michael Cummings <mcummings@g.o>
Subject: [g-cpan] to clean or noclean
Date: Sun, 15 May 2005 08:26:18 -0400
OK, so I added the flag for noclean because in testing, I didn't want to 
rebuild the .cpan dir structure every few minutes (and therefore download 
everything I had just wiped). But for "real" use, which do you all think is 
better:

-noclean - has to be invoked to prevent cleaning up the stuff we've created

or

-clean - has to be invoked to invoke cleaning up the stuff we've created?

There are arguments for both sides of this one, and I'm completely open. 
Granted, might help if I looked at what it was we were cleaning to see if 
there was anything we could trim out of the routine anyway. Thoughts?


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