lib::byversion - add paths to @INC depending on which version of
perl is running.
use lib::byversion "/some/path/%V/lib/...";
So you have >1 Perl Installs. You have >1 Perl installs right? And you switch between running them how?
Let me guess, somewhere you have code that sets a different value for PERL5LIB depending on what Perl you're using. Oh you use
This is a slightly different approach:
$HOME/Foo/Bar/5.16.0/lib/... $HOME/Foo/Bar/5.16.1/lib/... $HOME/Foo/Bar/5.16.2/lib/...
The right PERL5LIB gets loaded based on which
perl you use.
Yes, yes, catch 22,
lib::byversion and its dependencies need to be in your lib to start with.
O.k. That is a problem, slightly. But assuming you can get that in each
perl install somehow, you can load each
perl's user library directories magically with this module once its loaded.
And "assuming you can get that in each
perl install somehow" =~ with a bit of luck, this feature or something like it might just be added to Perl itself, as this is just a prototype idea to prove it works ( or as the case may be, not ).
And even if that never happens, and you like this module, you can still install this module into all your
perl's and keep a separate
user-PERL5LIB-per-perl without having to use lots of scripts to hold it together, and for System Perls, you may even be fortunate enough to get this module shipped by your
OS of choice. Wouldn't that be dandy.
use lib::byversion $param lib::byversion->import($param) perl -Mlib::byversion=$param
lib::byversion expects one parameter, a string path containing templated variables for versions.
Current defined parameters include:
This is an analogue of
$^V except :
perls that didn't have
$^V, as it converts it from
v, because this is more usually what you want and its easier to template it in than take it out.
%V = 5.16.9
This is the same as
$] on your Perl.
%v = 5.016009
More may be slated at some future time, e.g.: to allow support for components based on
sha1's, but I figured to upload something that works before I bloat it out with features nobody will ever use.
Kent Fredric <email@example.com>
This software is copyright (c) 2013 by Kent Fredric <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.