What happens is that <tt>./Build</tt> copies the files under <tt>blib/</tt>
-, builds the documentation and in case we had
+, builds the documentation and in case we had
<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XS_%28Perl%29">XS (= "External Subroutine" - perl routines written in a low-level language)</a> it
would also build the extensions. This allows us to run tests against the
built code, either automated or manual by using the
After we had ran <tt>./Build</tt>, we ran <tt>./Build test</tt> to run the
automated tests that Module-Starter generated for us. As you can see
the line says that all tests successful. If they were not, we should fix
-either the code or the tests depending on what is wrong.
+either the code or the tests depending on what is wrong.