Sub::Info - Tool for inspecting subroutines.
Tool to inspect subroutines.
All exports are optional, you must specify subs to import.
This returns a hashref with information about the sub:
ref => \&code,
cobj => $cobj,
name => "Some::Mod::code",
file => "Some/Mod.pm",
package => "Some::Mod",
# Note: These have been adjusted based on guesswork.
start_line => 22,
end_line => 42,
lines => [22, 42],
# Not a bug, these lines are different!
all_lines => [23, 25, ..., 39, 41],
This is the original sub passed to sub_info().
This is the c-object representation of the coderef.
This is the name of the coderef. For anonymous coderefs this may end with '__ANON__'. Also note that the package 'main' is special, and 'main::' may be omitted.
The file in which the sub was defined.
The package in which the sub was defined.
These three fields are the adjusted start line, end line, and array with both. It is important to note that these lines have been adjusted and may not be accurate.
The lines are obtained by walking the ops. As such, the first line is the line of the first statement, and the last line is the line of the last statement. This means that in multi-line subs the lines are usually off by 1. The lines in these keys will be adjusted for you if it detects a multi-line sub.
This is an array with the lines of every statement in the sub. Unlike the other line fields, these have not been adjusted for you.
The source code repository for Sub-Info can be found at http://github.com/exodist/Sub-Info/.
Copyright 2016 Chad Granum <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
To install Sub::Info, 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.