++ed by:
brian d foy

NAME

App::PPI::Dumper - Use the PPI to dump the structure of a Perl file

SYNOPSIS

        use App::PPI::Dumper;
        
        App::PPI::Dumper->run( @ARGV );
        

DESCRIPTION

Parse a Perl document with PPI and dump the Perl Document Object Model (PDOM). This script is a command-line interface to PPI::Dumper.

Methods

run( OPTIONS, INPUT_FILE )

Parse INPUT_FILE with the given PPI::Dumper options, then print the result to standard output.

-m

Show the memory address of each PDOM element.

-i N

Ident each level of output by N spaces. The default is 2.

-P

Do not show the full package name for each PPI class.

-T

Do not show the original source token that goes with each PPI object.

-W

Do not show whitespace tokens.

-C

Do not show comment tokens.

-l

Show the source code location of each PPI token.

-r

Parse the input in readonly mode. See PPI::Document::new() for the details.

SEE ALSO

Most behaviour, including environment variables and configuration, comes directly from PPI::Dumper. I just made a command-line tool for it.

SOURCE AVAILABILITY

This code is in Github:

        git://github.com/briandfoy/app-ppi-dumper.git

AUTHOR

brian d foy, <bdfoy@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (c) 2009-2013, brian d foy, All Rights Reserved.

You may redistribute this under the same terms as Perl itself.




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