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Minor issue: I think the line numbers that are reported are incorrect:
$ cat #!/usr/bin/env perl use Carp; carp('boo'); # This is line 3 $ exports 7: carp('boo'); # This is line 3 carp # use Carp qw< carp >; $

Am I reading that right? It looks like it tells me that the carp call is on line 7, but it is really on line 3. If I make this hack to exports, it seems to give me the line number I expect:

sub ReportExportUse { my( $fh, @mods ) = @_; my( @exports, %export_mod, %conflict ); GroupExports( \( @exports, %export_mod, %conflict ), @mods ); my %mod_export; my $inuse = 0; if( @exports ) { my $match = MatchWords( @exports ); $match = qr/$match/; local $_; local $. = 0; # <------------- HACK while( <$fh> ) {

Here is my new output: 3: carp('boo'); # This is line 3 carp # use Carp qw< carp >;

There is probably a better solution, and I suspect it has something to do with the seek.

In reply to Re: exports -- which module exports are used? by toolic
in thread exports -- which module exports are used? by tye

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