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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • You can use groff for this sort of thing.

      % for pod in File::Basename File::Path
      > do
      >   perldoc -n groff $pod
      > done > pods.ps
    That gets you a postscript file, pods.ps, which you can convert to PDF simply using ps2pdf (or pstopdf on a mac).
    • Oh, but it's not the PDF conversion per se that is the problem. Rather, it's the PDF conversion with all sort of printed media goodiness (table of content, numbered pages, headers, index, etc).