use Module::Use (Counting, Logger => "Debug");
<Perl> use Module::Use (Counting, Logger => "Debug"); </Perl> PerlChildExitHandler Module::Use PerlCleanupHandler Module::Use PerlLogHandler Module::Use
Module::Use will record the modules used over the course of the Perl interpreter's lifetime. If the logging module is able, the old logs are read and frequently used modules are automatically loaded. Note that no symbols are imported into packages.
Under mod_perl, only one Perl*Handler should be selected, depending on when and how often logging should take place.
The following options are available when
useing this module.
This is the number of times a module has been used for it to be automatically loaded.
This indicates that the number of times a module is
required should be tracked. This option takes no arguments.
N.B.: This will tie %INC. This may not work. Don't use if it doesn't.
This number is subtracted from the count of all modules that are in the data store but were not loaded.
This number is added to the count of all modules that were loaded.
Do not automatically load more than this many modules.
This is the logging module to use. Configuration is specific to the module chosen. Please see the documentation for the module.
The module name is
Logger replaced with the value of this option.
The percentage of total module loads is used in the same manner as the
Count. If both
Count are given, the one with the greater counts is used.
James G. Smith <email@example.com>
Copyright (C) 2002 Texas A&M University. All Rights Reserved.
Released under the same license as Perl itself.