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I'd suggegst Devel::TraceUse:

$ perl -d:TraceUse=hidecore -MCSV -e'dcsv (in => [[1,2]])' 1,2 1 Modules used from -e: 1. CSV 1.29, -e line 0 [main] 2. Text::CSV_XS 1.29, CSV.pm line 1 [main] 17. Config_heavy.pl, Config.pm line 80 18. Config_git.pl, Config_heavy.pl line 1366 [Config] 16. Data::Peek 0.46, CSV.pm line 2 [main] 19. Perl::Tidy 20170521, Data/Peek.pm line 24 (eval 4) 26. Encode::ConfigLocal, Encode.pm line 61 (FAILED) 46. HTML::Entities 3.69, Perl/Tidy.pm line 4613 (eval 12) [Pe +rl::Tidy::HtmlWriter] 47. HTML::Parser 3.72, HTML/Entities.pm line 152 49. JSON 2.93, CSV.pm line 3 [main] 50. JSON::XS 3.03, JSON.pm line 266 (eval 13) 51. Types::Serialiser 1.0, JSON/XS.pm line 115 Possible proxies: 2 File/Copy.pm line 18, sub Perl::Tidy::BEGIN

Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

In reply to Re: Finding what modules use and what uses the modules by Tux
in thread Finding what modules use and what uses the modules by Lady_Aleena

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