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Module Version: 0.11   Source   Latest Release: Perl-MinimumVersion-Fast-0.14

NAME ^

Perl::MinimumVersion::Fast - Find a minimum required version of perl for Perl code

SYNOPSIS ^

    use Perl::MinimumVersion::Fast;

    my $p = Perl::MinimumVersion::Fast->new($filename);
    print $p->minimum_version, "\n";

DESCRIPTION ^

"Perl::MinimumVersion::Fast" takes Perl source code and calculates the minimum version of perl required to be able to run it. Because it is based on PPI, it can do this without having to actually load the code.

Perl::MinimumVersion::Fast is alternative implementation of Perl::MinimumVersion.

It's based on goccy's Compiler::Lexer.

This module supports only Perl 5.8.1+. If you want to support Perl 5.6, use Perl::MinimumVersion instead.

In 2013, you don't need to support Perl 5.6 in most of case.

METHODS ^

my $p = Perl::MinimumVersion::Fast->new($filename);
my $p = Perl::MinimumVersion::Fast->new(\$src);

Create new instance. You can create object from $filename and \$src in string.

$p->minimum_version();

Get a minimum perl version the code required.

$p->minimum_explicit_version()

The minimum_explicit_version method checks through Perl code for the use of explicit version dependencies such as.

  use 5.006;
  require 5.005_03;

Although there is almost always only one of these in a file, if more than one are found, the highest version dependency will be returned.

Returns a version object, undef if no dependencies could be found.

$p->minimum_syntax_version()

The minimum_syntax_version method will explicitly test only the Document's syntax to determine it's minimum version, to the extent that this is possible.

Returns a version object, undef if no dependencies could be found.

version_markers

This method returns a list of pairs in the form:

    ($version, \@markers)

Each pair represents all the markers that could be found indicating that the version was the minimum needed version. @markers is an array of strings. Currently, these strings are not as clear as they might be, but this may be changed in the future. In other words: don't rely on them as specific identifiers.

BENCHMARK ^

Perl::MinimumVersion::Fast is faster than Perl::MinimumVersion. Because Perl::MinimumVersion::Fast uses Compiler::Lexer, that is a Perl5 lexer implemented in C++. And Perl::MinimumVersion::Fast omits some features implemented in Perl::MinimumVersion.

But, but, Perl::MinimumVersion::Fast is really fast.

                                Rate Perl::MinimumVersion Perl::MinimumVersion::Fast
    Perl::MinimumVersion       5.26/s                   --                       -97%
    Perl::MinimumVersion::Fast  182/s                3365%                         --

LICENSE ^

Copyright (C) tokuhirom.

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

THANKS TO ^

Most of documents are taken from Perl::MinimumVersion.

AUTHOR ^

tokuhirom <tokuhirom@gmail.com>

SEE ALSO ^

This module using Compiler::Lexer as a lexer for Perl5 code.

This module is inspired from Perl::MinimumVersion.

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