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Yes, I read that before I ask.

To be understood right: I don't want to know what modules are installed, I want to know where do they put their files.

Solutions with directories scanning could be possible if all modules would install files inside Perl hierarchy only. But some of them e.g install executables in /usr/local/bin or /usr/bin and so on. I do could scan, but not all my filesystems!

-- brother ab

In reply to Re: Re: ExtUtils::Installed and perl5.6.* by brother ab
in thread ExtUtils::Installed and perl5.6.* by brother ab

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