use ExtUtils::MakeMaker;

# The list of tests has to be explicitly generated on Win98.
my @tests;
for my $dir (qw(t)) {
    opendir TESTS, $dir or die $!;
    push @tests, map { "$dir/$_" } grep { /\.t$/ } readdir TESTS;
    closedir TESTS;
}

WriteMakefile(
    NAME         => 'Pod::PseudoPod',
    VERSION_FROM => 'lib/Pod/PseudoPod.pm', # finds $VERSION
    PREREQ_PM    => {
        'Pod::Simple'    => 3.02,
        'Text::Wrap'     => 98.112902,
        'HTML::Entities' => 0,
        'Test::More'     => 0,
    },
    EXE_FILES    => [ 'bin/ppod2html',
                      'bin/ppod2txt',
                      'bin/ppod2docbook',
                      'bin/ppodchecker',
                    ],
    test =>
        {TESTS => "@tests"},
    AUTHOR       => 'Allison Randal (allison@perl.org)',
    ABSTRACT     => "A framework for parsing PseudoPod",
    PL_FILES => {}, # ignore the Build.PL file
);