package Netscape::Bookmarks;
use strict;
use warnings;

=encoding utf8

=head1 The build file for Netscape::Bookmarks

This build file is a modulino; it works as both a build script and
a module.

To build the distribution, run this file normally:

	% perl Makefile.PL

But, it's more interesting than that. You can load it with C<require>
and call C<arguments> to get the data structure it passes to
C<WriteMakefile>:

	my $package = require '/path/to/Makefile.PL';
	my $arguments = $package->arguments;

Note that C<require>-ing a file makes an entry in C<%INC> for exactly
that name. If you try to C<require> another file with the same name,
even from a different path, C<require> thinks it has already loaded
the file. As such, I recommend you always require the full path to the
file.

The return value of the C<require> is a package name (in this case,
the name of the main module. Use that to call the C<arguments> method.

Even if this distribution needs a higher version of Perl, this bit
only needs v5.8. You can play with the data structure with a primitive
Perl.

=cut

print <<"HERE";

====================================================================
Test::HTTPStatus is an abandoned module. You can still use it but
there is no support and it might not stay on CPAN. If you want to
use it, take over the module or fork it.
====================================================================

HERE

use File::Spec::Functions qw(catfile);

my $module    = __PACKAGE__;
( my $dist = $module ) =~ s/::/-/g;

my $github    = 'https://github.com/CPAN-Adoptable-Modules/netscape-bookmarks';
my $main_file = catfile( 'lib', split /::/, "$module.pm" );

my %WriteMakefile = (
	'MIN_PERL_VERSION' => '5.010',

	'NAME'          => $module,
	'ABSTRACT_FROM' => $main_file,
	'VERSION_FROM'  => $main_file,
	'LICENSE'       => 'artistic_2',
	'AUTHOR'        => 'brian d foy <bdfoy@cpan.org>',

	'CONFIGURE_REQUIRES' => {
		'ExtUtils::MakeMaker'   => '6.64',
		'File::Spec::Functions' => '0',
		},

	'BUILD_REQUIRES' => {
		},

	'TEST_REQUIRES' => {
		'Test::File'              => '0',
		'Test::More'              => '1',
		},

	'PREREQ_PM'    => {
		'HTML::Entities'          => '0',
		'HTML::Parser'            => '3.26',
		'HTTP::SimpleLinkChecker' => '0',  # requires v5.10
		'Text::Diff'              => '0',
		'URI'                     => '0',
		 },

	'META_MERGE' => {
		'meta-spec' => { version => 2 },
		resources => {
			repository => {
				type => 'git',
				url  => "$github.git",
				web  => $github,
				},
			bugtracker => {
				web    => "$github/issues",
				},
			homepage => $github,
			},
		no_index => {
			file      => [ 'examples/Visitor.pm' ],
			directory => [ 'examples', 't' ],
			},
		},

	clean => { FILES => "$dist-*" },
	);

sub arguments { \%WriteMakefile }

do_it() unless caller;
sub do_it {
	require File::Spec;
	my $MM ='ExtUtils::MakeMaker';
	my $MM_version =
		eval{ "$MM " . $WriteMakefile{'CONFIGURE_REQUIRES'}{'ExtUtils::MakeMaker'} }
			||
		"$MM 6.64";
	eval "use $MM_version; 1" or die "Could not load $MM_version: $@";
	eval "use Test::Manifest 1.21"
		if -e File::Spec->catfile( qw(t test_manifest) );

	my $arguments = arguments();
	my $minimum_perl = $arguments->{MIN_PERL_VERSION} || '5.008';
	eval "require $minimum_perl;" or die $@;

	WriteMakefile( %$arguments );
	}


no warnings;
__PACKAGE__;