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Subject: Section::Generic does not lift region blocks
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Hello, I wanted to move around specific region blocks, and started by using Section::Region. However, it flattened the para's children and wouldn't accept nonpod regions... After talking with you (rjbs) on IRC, we determined that the best course of action would be to refactor Section::Generic to be able to do this. It would entail developing a better selector mechanism. Some background: I wanted to add hunks of POD for Pod::Spell/Test::Spelling and it requires a certain format. =for stopwords foo bar baz or =begin stopwords foo bar baz =end stopwords And after some playing around I figured out that it required the declaration *BEFORE* the pod that contains the stopwords is seen. The default podweaver config will put this hunk in the "Leftovers" section, and it will trip up the spellchecker when it sees invalid words in the DESCRIPTION, which obviously is seen in the POD before the leftovers. Trying to use Section::Region, it didn't work because the hunk was considered nonpod. After hacking the code, it correctly moved the stopwords hunk to the start ( I placed it before NAME ) but it stripped the =for/=begin commands. This renders it ineffective for me :( Thanks again for such a great dist! -- ~Apocalypse


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