Devel::ModInfo::Property - Defines a particular value in a Perl module that can be accessed and possibly updated
Not meant to be used outside the ModInfo system.
Devel::ModInfo::Property has no real corollary in actual Perl code. It is a logical construct which defines a dicrete value in a Perl module that can be accessed and perhaps updated via either direct access to the Perl variable, or via accessor/mutator combinations.
An example would be if you defined a lexically scoped variable in your module that you wanted to make available via a "get_value" method and make updatable via a "set_value" method. You might name the property "Value" and define the two methods as the read_method and write_method, respectively.
There is no run-time Perl syntax support for any ModInfo constructs, certainly not ones that do not even exist in Perl. Properties and other ModInfo features are mainly for design-time inspection of the interfaces defined by Perl modules.
To install Devel::ModInfo, copy and paste the appropriate command in to your terminal.
perl -MCPAN -e shell
For more information on module installation, please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide.