#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; my $filename=shift || &help; # command line argument is perl script to + evaluate my @modules; # array of 'use' statements from code we are checking open (IN,$filename) or die "couldn't open $filename for processing: $! +\n"; while (<IN>) { chomp; if ((/^use/) and not (/strict/ || /warnings/)) { push @modules,$_; } } close IN; for my $code (@modules) { my (undef,$library)=split(/ /,$code); # get the module name $library=~s/;//; # clean up the name eval $code; if ($@) { warn "couldn't load $library: $@","\n"; } else { print "$library looks ok\n"; }; } sub help { print <<"END"; check_perl_modules.pl This script finds all the "use" statements loading modules in the targ +et perl file (specified as a command line argument) and attempts to load them. If there are problems loading the module, the error mesage returned is + printed. END exit; }

In reply to Check a script's module dependencies by hans_moleman

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