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jonasbn (1153)

jonasbn
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Perl Programmer located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Active member of Copenhagen Perl Mongers.

Author of:

  • Business::DK::CPR
  • Business::DK::CVR
  • Business::DK::PO
  • Business::OnlinePayment::CashCow
  • Date::Holidays
  • Date::Holidays::Abstract
  • Date::Holidays::Super
  • Date::Pregnancy
  • Games::Bingo
  • Games::Bingo::Bot
  • Games::Bingo::Print
  • Module::Info::File
  • Module::Template::Setup
  • Test::Timer

and maintainer of:

  • Tie::Tools
  • XML::Conf
  • Workflow

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Saturday February 28, 2004
09:30 AM

Module::Info::File 0.05 Released

[ #17671 ]

One of my former colleagues asked me yesterday whether I knew an easy way of traversing a perl installation and retrieving version numbers of all installed modules.

I answered him I only knew how to do this in a script. So I have updated my version.pl script, which is included in my Module-Info-File module so it can now do exactly that.

I hope he will find it usefull,

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