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Comments: Perl recursive sub lister


I needed a small Perl program to provide me with a list of all subs defined in several modules in order to plan code refactoring of the project I was working on. And so I wrote a small Perl program which I'll explain in parts. At the end of this blog entry you'll find the complete program.

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I just ran across this today during a search for something that enables me to see everything in a Subversion tree. This fits the bill nicely!

Thanks for posting it.

Posted by bw at 20:27 GMT on 29 February 2008

You're welcome. I use it now and then myself, especially to refactor Perl code.

Posted by John Bokma at 00:04 GMT on 1 March 2008

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