I just uploaded Devel::PerlySense 0.0134 to PAUSE. If you happen to use PerlySense , you may want to upgrade since a few nifty features have been added in the last versions:
I got a spontaneous That's fucking cool! reaction from a team mate the other day so if you happen to not yet use PerlySense, but use Emacs, you may want to give it a spin. I fixed the gripe in the CPAN review about fiddling with the elisp files, so that's one less hoop to jump through.
 I have no idea whatsoever if anyone actually uses this thing yet, but I'm guessing the user base is only slightly larger than... well, me.
 The API view is not at all finished yet, but it's still useful. Ideally, the methods should be ordered first by their POD heading, and then by their source location. And private methods of parent classes from outside the Project (i.e. when your classes inherit from CPAN modules) are rarely interesting and shouldn't be displayed at all, or at least be displayed in a more subdued font face.