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Re: Which core modules did Perl 5.x have?

by ysth (Canon)
on Feb 28, 2008 at 19:08 UTC ( #670986=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Which core modules did Perl 5.x have?

There's http://search.cpan.org/dist/perl-5.6.0/, if you just want a quick visual list for a given perl version. Or (install and) use Module::CoreList:

$ corelist -v 5.006 The following modules were in perl v5.006 CORE
AnyDBM_File AutoLoader 5.57 AutoSplit 1.0305 B B::Asmdata B::Assembler B::Bblock B::Bytecode B::C B::CC B::Debug B::Deparse 0.59 B::Disassembler B::Lint B::Showlex B::Stackobj B::Stash B::Terse B::Xref Benchmark 1 ByteLoader 0.03 CGI 2.56 CGI::Apache CGI::Carp 1.14 CGI::Cookie 1.12 CGI::Fast 1.02 CGI::Pretty 1.03 CGI::Push 1.01 CGI::Switch CPAN 1.52 CPAN::FirstTime 1.38 CPAN::Nox 1.00 Carp Carp::Heavy Class::Struct 0.58 Config Cwd 2.02 DB 1.0 DB_File 1.72 Data::Dumper 2.101 Devel::DProf 20000000.00_00 Devel::Peek 1.00_01 Devel::SelfStubber 1.01 DirHandle Dumpvalue DynaLoader 1.04 English Env Exporter 5.562 Exporter::Heavy ExtUtils::Command 1.01 ExtUtils::Embed 1.2505 ExtUtils::Install 1.28 ExtUtils::Installed 0.02 ExtUtils::Liblist 1.25 ExtUtils::MM_Cygwin ExtUtils::MM_OS2 ExtUtils::MM_Unix 1.12603 ExtUtils::MM_VMS ExtUtils::MM_Win32 ExtUtils::MakeMaker 5.45 ExtUtils::Manifest 1.33 ExtUtils::Mkbootstrap 1.14 ExtUtils::Mksymlists 1.17 ExtUtils::Packlist 0.03 ExtUtils::XSSymSet 1.0 ExtUtils::testlib 1.11 Fatal 1.02 Fcntl 1.03 File::Basename 2.6 File::CheckTree File::Compare 1.1002 File::Copy 2.03 File::DosGlob File::Find File::Glob 0.991 File::Path 1.0403 File::Spec 0.8 File::Spec::Functions File::Spec::Mac File::Spec::OS2 File::Spec::Unix File::Spec::VMS File::Spec::Win32 File::stat FileCache FileHandle 2.00 FindBin 1.42 GDBM_File 1.03 Getopt::Long 2.23 Getopt::Std 1.02 I18N::Collate IO 1.20 IO::Dir 1.03 IO::File 1.08 IO::Handle 1.21 IO::Pipe 1.121 IO::Poll 0.01 IO::Seekable 1.08 IO::Select 1.14 IO::Socket 1.26 IO::Socket::INET 1.25 IO::Socket::UNIX 1.20 IPC::Msg 1.00 IPC::Open2 1.01 IPC::Open3 1.0103 IPC::Semaphore 1.00 IPC::SysV 1.03 JNI 0.01 JPL::AutoLoader JPL::Class JPL::Compile Math::BigFloat Math::BigInt Math::Complex 1.26 Math::Trig 1 NDBM_File 1.03 Net::Ping 2.02 Net::hostent Net::netent Net::protoent Net::servent O ODBM_File 1.02 OS2::DLL OS2::ExtAttr 0.01 OS2::PrfDB 0.02 OS2::Process 0.2 OS2::REXX Opcode 1.04 POSIX 1.03 Pod::Checker 1.098 Pod::Find 0.12 Pod::Functions Pod::Html 1.03 Pod::InputObjects 1.12 Pod::Man 1.02 Pod::ParseUtils 0.2 Pod::Parser 1.12 Pod::Plainer 0.01 Pod::Select 1.12 Pod::Text 2.03 Pod::Text::Color 0.05 Pod::Text::Termcap 0.04 Pod::Usage 1.12 SDBM_File 1.02 Safe 2.06 Search::Dict SelectSaver SelfLoader 1.0901 Shell 0.2 Socket 1.72 Symbol 1.02 Sys::Hostname 1.1 Sys::Syslog 0.01 Term::ANSIColor 1.01 Term::Cap Term::Complete Term::ReadLine Test 1.13 Test::Harness 1.1604 Text::Abbrev Text::ParseWords 3.2 Text::Soundex 1.0 Text::Tabs 98.112801 Text::Wrap 98.112902 Thread 1.0 Thread::Queue Thread::Semaphore Thread::Signal Thread::Specific Tie::Array 1.01 Tie::Handle 1.0 Tie::Hash Tie::RefHash Tie::Scalar Tie::SubstrHash Time::Local Time::gmtime 1.01 Time::localtime 1.01 Time::tm UNIVERSAL User::grent User::pwent VMS::DCLsym 1.01 VMS::Filespec VMS::Stdio 2.2 XSLoader 0.01 attributes 0.03 attrs 1.0 autouse 1.02 base 1.01 blib 1.00 bytes charnames constant 1.02 diagnostics 1.0 fields 1.01 filetest integer less lib 0.5564 locale open ops overload re 0.02 sigtrap 1.02 strict 1.01 subs utf8 vars vmsish warnings warnings::register


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