Dec 31, 2002, 2:33 AM
Post #6 of 13
Re: [ScriptSolutions] Get version of all installed modules
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You can also use the Module::Info module.From what I see in the docs, Module::Info needs you to give it a module name - so you still have the problem of finding all of the installed modules first.
Or, you can use [url=http://www.scriptsolutions.com/programs/free/perldiver/index.html]PerlDiver. You can view a list of all modules installed on your server, each linked to details on the module (including version, location, pod, subroutines, dependencies, etc.)
Demo at http://www.scriptsolutions.com/programs/free/perldiver/perldiver.cgi
Isn't Perldiver a CGI app? That means that it's great if what you're talking about is a web server, but there's nothing so far in this thread which indicates that is the case.
(Hmmm.... how about this as an idea for Perldiver - separate the part that gets all of the information about the modules from the part that displays that information. It would then be possible to display the info in various different ways - on a web page, on the console, in a Windows (or X Windows) app, even as a PDF document. What do you think?)
Dave Cross, Perl Hacker, Trainer and Writer
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