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Re: Favourite One-liners?

by jacques (Priest)
on Jun 27, 2005 at 22:43 UTC ( #470409=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Favourite One-liners?

perl -MSome::Module -e "END { foreach ( sort keys %INC ) { print \"$_\n\" } }";

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Re^2: Favourite One-liners?
by japhy (Canon) on Jun 28, 2005 at 00:17 UTC
    That's helpful for showing the dependencies (and structure) of a module; if you just want to know the file associated with a particular module, you can use perldoc -l Module::Name.

    Jeff japhy Pinyan, P.L., P.M., P.O.D, X.S.: Perl, regex, and perl hacker
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[Corion]: Meh, first round of escalations for me not wanting to fix in production what a project has mismanaged. Now another project, which eats up all the resources until end of this year wants to take that task and put it on my list of things as well.
[Corion]: So now there will be the fun of me explaining to the project that $other_project had low priority because $project has high priority. If $project picks up the task from $other_project, they also will need to reprioritize my tasks to get that done...
[Corion]: ... of course at the cost of something else on my list of tasks for $project, as there only is a finite amount of days until $deadline.

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