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Pod::Weaver::Section::Version - add a VERSION pod section
This section plugin will produce a hunk of Pod meant to indicate the version of the document being viewed, like this:
=head1 VERSION version 1.234
It will do nothing if there is no
version entry in the input.
The title of the header to be added. (default: "VERSION")
The string to use when generating the version string.
Default: version %v
The following variables are available:
v - the version
V - the version, suffixed by "-TRIAL" if a trial release
d - the CLDR format for DateTime
n - a newline
t - a tab
s - a space
r - the name of the dist, present only if you use Dist::Zilla to generate the POD!
m - the name of the module, present only if PPI parsed the document and it contained a package declaration!
T - special: at the beginning of the line, followed by any amount of whitespace, indicates that the line should only be included in trial releases; otherwise, results in a fatal error
If multiple strings are supplied as an array ref, a line of POD is produced for each string. Each line will be separated by a newline. This is useful for splitting longer text across multiple lines in a
weaver.ini file, for example:
; weaver.ini [Version] format = version %v format = format = This module's version numbers follow the conventions described at format = L<semver.org|http://semver.org/>. format = %T format = %T This is a trial release!
A boolean value specifying whether the version paragraph should be verbatim or not.
The timezone to use when using DateTime for the format.
my @pod_elements = $section->build_content(\%input);
This method is passed the same
\%input that goes to the
weave_section method, and should return a list of pod elements to insert.
In almost all cases, this method is used internally, but could be usefully overridden in a subclass.
Ricardo SIGNES <email@example.com>
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
This software is copyright (c) 2015 by Ricardo SIGNES.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.