This subclass of the Module::Build manpage adds some tools and processes to
make it easier to use for wrapping C++ using XS++ (the ExtUtils::XSpp
There are a few minor differences from using 'Module::Build' for an
ordinary XS module and a few conventions that you should be aware of as an
XS++ module author. They are documented in the the /"FEATURES AND
CONVENTIONS" manpage section below. But if you can't be bothered to read
all that, you may choose skip it and blindly follow the advice in the
/"JUMP START FOR THE IMPATIENT" manpage.
An example of a full distribution based on this build tool can be found in
the the ExtUtils::XSpp manpage distribution under examples/XSpp-Example.
Using that example as the basis for your 'Module::Build::WithXSpp'-based
distribution is probably a good idea.