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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • autocmd FileType perl setlocal keywordprg=perldoc

    If the perldoc -f || perldoc behaviour matters, the preferrable way to do it is to plug a shell script that works that way into keywordprg, which offers the bonus that you will have it available on the shell as well. If you really must, though, you can do it as a less than pretty one-liner:

    autocmd FileType perl setlocal keywordprg=sh\ -c\ 'perldoc\ -f\ \$1\ \|\|\ perldoc\ \$1'\ --