Imho a useless Module: This is Perl, not PHP.
Perl already has enough working ways to provide information about the Perl binary and installed modules. Just do "perl -V" and play (read the POD) a bit with CPAN shell and/or CPANPLUS.
And hey, why does phpinfo() on php-cli return html crap?
Oops, no seperation between data-retrieving and output?!
Do we really need to "port" this "level" to Perl? I doubt.
This documentation module is by far the best resource describing the implementation of common OOP designpatterns with perl.
The author released this module as a collection of his great wiki at www.perldesignpatterns.com/ which I can also recommend to every OOP interested perl programmer.
Thank you very much Scott and keep up the good work!
it's just incredible useful :-)
I really like Config::Simple for writing and parsing configuration files. It supports different file types of configuration files - just use the one you like. Also the author is very friendly and supportive if you've a problem or a question. I recenctly converted nearly all my scripts that need a configuration file management to Config::Simple.
I hope that Sherzod will continue his good job in the future - what about adding an XML configuration style? :-)