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To get rid of the unix limitation you could die without $ENV{HOME}, or use File::HomeDir.

Here is my caching version, works on ALL systems :)

echo pml is module names list pminst >pml echo pmlf is module filenames list pminst -l >pmlf echo pmlfl is name tabspace filename paste pml pmlf >pmlfl grep "^CGI::S[^:]*$" pml grep "CGI/S[^/]*$" pmlf grep -P "^CGI::S\w+$" pml grep -P "^CGI::S\w+\t" pmlfl perl -lne "print $_ if /^CGI(::\w+)$/" pml perl -lne "print $_ if m!CGI/S[^/]*$!" pmlf perl -lne "print $_ if /^CGI(::\w+)\t/" pmlfl
update: Whoops, I just realized pminst is broken in 2 ways, This doesn't match
D:\>pminst Wx$
And this matches prints MSWin32-x86-multi-thread
D:\>pminst$ Wx MSWin32-x86-multi-thread::Wx D:\>perl -le"print for @INC" C:/perl/5.10.1/lib/MSWin32-x86-multi-thread C:/perl/5.10.1/lib C:/perl/site/5.10.1/lib/MSWin32-x86-multi-thread C:/perl/site/5.10.1/lib .

In reply to Re: Find installed Perl modules matching a regular expression by Anonymous Monk
in thread Find installed Perl modules matching a regular expression by toolic

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