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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Where do I start to learn PERL? Post 26265 by crashnburn on Wednesday 14th of August 2002 07:51:03 AM
Old 08-14-2002
also check man perl for a list of all other perl manuals like man perlre.
 
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CORELIST(1)						 Perl Programmers Reference Guide					       CORELIST(1)

NAME
corelist - a commandline frontend to Module::CoreList DESCRIPTION
See Module::CoreList for one. SYNOPSIS
corelist -v corelist [-a|-d] <ModuleName> | /<ModuleRegex>/ [<ModuleVersion>] ... corelist [-v <PerlVersion>] [ <ModuleName> | /<ModuleRegex>/ ] ... corelist [-r <PerlVersion>] ... corelist --diff PerlVersion PerlVersion OPTIONS
-a lists all versions of the given module (or the matching modules, in case you used a module regexp) in the perls Module::CoreList knows about. corelist -a Unicode Unicode was first released with perl v5.6.2 v5.6.2 3.0.1 v5.8.0 3.2.0 v5.8.1 4.0.0 v5.8.2 4.0.0 v5.8.3 4.0.0 v5.8.4 4.0.1 v5.8.5 4.0.1 v5.8.6 4.0.1 v5.8.7 4.1.0 v5.8.8 4.1.0 v5.8.9 5.1.0 v5.9.0 4.0.0 v5.9.1 4.0.0 v5.9.2 4.0.1 v5.9.3 4.1.0 v5.9.4 4.1.0 v5.9.5 5.0.0 v5.10.0 5.0.0 v5.10.1 5.1.0 v5.11.0 5.1.0 v5.11.1 5.1.0 v5.11.2 5.1.0 v5.11.3 5.2.0 v5.11.4 5.2.0 v5.11.5 5.2.0 v5.12.0 5.2.0 v5.12.1 5.2.0 v5.12.2 5.2.0 v5.12.3 5.2.0 v5.12.4 5.2.0 v5.13.0 5.2.0 v5.13.1 5.2.0 v5.13.2 5.2.0 v5.13.3 5.2.0 v5.13.4 5.2.0 v5.13.5 5.2.0 v5.13.6 5.2.0 v5.13.7 6.0.0 v5.13.8 6.0.0 v5.13.9 6.0.0 v5.13.10 6.0.0 v5.13.11 6.0.0 v5.14.0 6.0.0 v5.14.1 6.0.0 v5.15.0 6.0.0 -d finds the first perl version where a module has been released by date, and not by version number (as is the default). --diff Given two versions of perl, this prints a human-readable table of all module changes between the two. The output format may change in the future, and is meant for humans, not programs. For programs, use the Module::CoreList API. -? or -help help! help! help! to see more help, try --man. -man all of the help -v lists all of the perl release versions we got the CoreList for. If you pass a version argument (value of $], like 5.00503 or 5.008008), you get a list of all the modules and their respective versions. (If you have the "version" module, you can also use new-style version numbers, like 5.8.8.) In module filtering context, it can be used as Perl version filter. -r lists all of the perl releases and when they were released If you pass a perl version you get the release date for that version only. As a special case, if you specify the module name "Unicode", you'll get the version number of the Unicode Character Database bundled with the requested perl versions. EXAMPLES
$ corelist File::Spec File::Spec was first released with perl 5.005 $ corelist File::Spec 0.83 File::Spec 0.83 was released with perl 5.007003 $ corelist File::Spec 0.89 File::Spec 0.89 was not in CORE (or so I think) $ corelist File::Spec::Aliens File::Spec::Aliens was not in CORE (or so I think) $ corelist /IPC::Open/ IPC::Open2 was first released with perl 5 IPC::Open3 was first released with perl 5 $ corelist /MANIFEST/i ExtUtils::Manifest was first released with perl 5.001 $ corelist /Template/ /Template/ has no match in CORE (or so I think) $ corelist -v 5.8.8 B B 1.09_01 $ corelist -v 5.8.8 /^B::/ B::Asmdata 1.01 B::Assembler 0.07 B::Bblock 1.02_01 B::Bytecode 1.01_01 B::C 1.04_01 B::CC 1.00_01 B::Concise 0.66 B::Debug 1.02_01 B::Deparse 0.71 B::Disassembler 1.05 B::Lint 1.03 B::O 1.00 B::Showlex 1.02 B::Stackobj 1.00 B::Stash 1.00 B::Terse 1.03_01 B::Xref 1.01 COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 2002-2007 by D.H. aka PodMaster Currently maintained by the perl 5 porters <perl5-porters@perl.org>. This program is distributed under the same terms as perl itself. See http://perl.org/ or http://cpan.org/ for more info on that. perl v5.16.2 2013-08-25 CORELIST(1)

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