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Re: perlwhich - find which perl module you are using (and more)

by bsb (Priest)
on Jul 24, 2003 at 05:17 UTC ( #277432=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to perlwhich - find which perl module you are using (and more)

$ pmpath CGI /usr/share/perl/5.6.1/
pmpath from pmtools will extract the version by searching @INC for you.
There's other handy stuff in there
$ man -k pm | g 1p pmall (1p) - show all installed versions and descs pman (1p) - show a module's man page pmcat (1p) - page through a module file pmdesc (1p) - print out version and whatis description of per +l modules pmdirs (1p) - print out module directories pmexp (1p) - show a module's exports pmfunc (1p) - cat out a function from a module pminst (1p) - find modules whose names match this pattern pmload (1p) - show what files a given module loads at compile + time pmls (1p) - long list the module path pmpath (1p) - show full path to a perl module pmvers (1p) - print out a module's version

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