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I prefer Test::Without::Module over Devel::Hide simply because it does not print out the text "Devel::Hide hides XXX". I'm using Test::Without::Module in production to patch up a broken mrtg with IPv6.
perl -MTest::Without::Module=Socket6 /usr/bin/mrtg
Great if you develop modules with optional dependencies, since you usually have them all installed. Just run "perl -Mblib -MTest::Without::Module=$whatever $test".
This module is great for testing situations where code uses the first available module it finds from group of modules. No we can exercise that code and still make sure all of the compatible modules work as intended when chosen.