Test::MinimumVersion - does your code require newer perl than you think?
#!perl use Test::MinimumVersion; all_minimum_version_ok('5.008');
This test passes if the given file does not seem to require any version of perl newer than
$version, which may be given as a version string or a version object.
Given either a version string or a version object, this routine produces a test plan (if there is no plan) and tests each relevant file with
Relevant files are found by File::Find::Rule::Perl.
\%arg is optional. Valid arguments are:
paths - in what paths to look for files; defaults to (t, lib, xt/smoke, and any .pm or .PL files in the current working directory) if it contains files, they will be checked no_plan - do not plan the tests about to be run
This routine checks META.yml for an entry in requires for perl. If no META.yml file or no perl version is found, all tests are skipped. If a version is found, the test proceeds as if
all_minimum_version_ok had been called with that version.
This software is copyright (c) 2007 by Ricardo Signes.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.