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NAME ^

Acme::ReturnValue - report interesting return values

VERSION ^

version 1.001

SYNOPSIS ^

    use Acme::ReturnValue;
    my $rvs = Acme::ReturnValue->new;
    $rvs->in_INC;
    foreach (@{$rvs->interesting}) {
        say $_->{package} . ' returns ' . $_->{value};
    }

DESCRIPTION ^

Acme::ReturnValue will list 'interesting' return values of modules. 'Interesting' means something other than '1'.

See http://returnvalues.useperl.at for the results of running Acme::ReturnValue on the whole CPAN.

METHODS

run

run from the commandline (via acme_returnvalue.pl

waste_some_cycles

    my $data = $arv->waste_some_cycles( '/some/module.pm' );

waste_some_cycles parses the passed in file using PPI. It tries to get the last statement and extract it's value.

waste_some_cycles returns a hash with following keys

waste_some_cycles will also put this data structure into interesting or boring.

You might want to pack calls to waste_some_cycles into an eval because PPI dies on parse errors.

_is_code

Stolen directly from Perl::Critic::Policy::Modules::RequireEndWithOne as suggested by Chris Dolan.

Thanks!

in_CPAN

Analyse CPAN. Needs a local CPAN mirror

in_INC

    $arv->in_INC;

Collect return values from all *.pm files in @INC.

in_dir

    $arv->in_dir( $some_dir );

Collect return values from all *.pm files in $dir.

in_file

    $arv->in_file( $some_file );

Collect return value from the passed in file.

If waste_some_cycles failed, puts information on the failing file into failed.

interesting

Returns an ARRAYREF containing 'interesting' modules.

boring

Returns an ARRAYREF containing 'boring' modules.

failed

Returns an ARRAYREF containing unparsable modules.

BUGS ^

Probably many, because I'm not sure I master PPI yet.

AUTHOR ^

Thomas Klausner <domm@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is copyright (c) 2013 by Thomas Klausner.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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