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Module::InstalledVersion
Find out what version of a module is installed

Module::InstalledVersion - Find out what version of a module is installed



NAME

Module::InstalledVersion - Find out what version of a module is installed


SYNOPSIS


    use Module::InstalledVersion;

    my $m = new Module::InstalledVersion 'Foo::Bar';

    print "Version is $m->{version}\n";

    print "Directory is $m->{dir}\n";


DESCRIPTION

This module finds out what version of another module is installed, without running that module. It uses the same regexp technique used by the Extutils::MakeMaker manpage for figuring this out.

Note that it won't work if the module you're looking at doesn't set $VERSION properly. This is true of far too many CPAN modules.


COPYRIGHT

Copyright (c) 2001 Kirrily Robert. This program is free software; you may redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.


SEE ALSO

the Extutils::MakeMaker manpage


AUTHOR

Kirrily ``Skud'' Robert <skud@cpan.org>

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