OK. I've had a bit of time to examine it (Perl::MinimumVersion) enough to evaluate to my perceived needs regarding the Module I had intended to create. Specifically; it lacks the ability to cross-reference calls/functions imported/exported by other Modules that your Module (uses|requires). It's difficult. Because, as I found last night File::Path is effectively in Perl. But the exports are different. For example. File::Path qw(make_path); was introduced in 5.8. But in order to achieve the same results in earlier versions. I discovered the export had to be File::Path qw(mkpath);. This would also work in versions newer than 5.6. But, being "legacy", will throw warnings during the "smoketest" cycle(s) on the CPAN.
So. Perhaps my well-intentioned endevour is still valid. But would be better directed at an extension the the already existent Perl::MinimumVersion.
Thanks again for your input.
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