Devel::Peek - A data debugging tool for the XS programmer River stage five • 9680 direct dependents • 29464 total dependents

Devel::Peek contains functions which allows raw Perl datatypes to be manipulated from a Perl script. This is used by those who do XS programming to check that the data they are sending from C to Perl looks as they think it should look. The trick, the...

SHAY/perl-5.26.1 - 22 Sep 2017 21:30:18 GMT

Devel::Peek - A data debugging tool for the XS programmer River stage five • 9680 direct dependents • 29464 total dependents

Devel::Peek contains functions which allows raw Perl datatypes to be manipulated from a Perl script. This is used by those who do XS programming to check that the data they are sending from C to Perl looks as they think it should look. The trick, the...

XSAWYERX/perl-5.28.0 - 23 Jun 2018 02:05:28 GMT

Devel::REPL::Plugin::Peek - Devel::Peek plugin for Devel::REPL. River stage two • 24 direct dependents • 39 total dependents

This Devel::REPL::Plugin adds a "peek" command that calls "Dump" in Devel::Peek instead of the normal printing....

ETHER/Devel-REPL-1.003028 - 16 Feb 2016 01:15:26 GMT

Devel::PeekPoke - All your bytes are belong to us River stage zero No dependents

This module provides a toolset for raw memory manipulation (both reading and writing), together with some tools making it easier to examine memory chunks. All provided routines expect memory addresses as regular integers (not as their packed represen...

RURBAN/Devel-PeekPoke-0.04 - 01 Sep 2014 11:01:49 GMT

Devel::PeekPoke::Constants - Some convenience constants based on your machine River stage zero No dependents

RURBAN/Devel-PeekPoke-0.04 - 01 Sep 2014 11:01:49 GMT

Devel::Kit - Handy toolbox of things to ease development/debugging. River stage zero No dependents

From one line data dumping sanity checks to debug print statements in a large body of code I often found myself reinventing these basic solutions. Hence this module was born to help give a host of functions/functionality with a minimum of typing/effo...

DMUEY/Devel-Kit-0.81 - 15 Dec 2013 17:35:58 GMT

Devel::Caller - meatier versions of caller River stage three • 22 direct dependents • 199 total dependents

caller_cv($level) "caller_cv" gives you the coderef of the subroutine being invoked at the call frame indicated by the value of $level caller_args($level) Returns the arguments passed into the caller at level $level caller_vars( $level, $names ) =ite...

RCLAMP/Devel-Caller-2.06 - 16 Jan 2013 10:40:25 GMT

Devel::Pointer - Fiddle around with pointers River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

The primary purpose of this is to turn a smashed reference address back into a value. Once a reference is treated as a numeric value, you can't dereference it normally; although with this module, you can. Be careful, though, to avoid dereferencing th...

SIMON/Devel-Pointer-1.00 - 05 Sep 2001 16:35:23 GMT

Devel::Monitor - Monitor your variables/objects for memory leaks River stage zero No dependents

You have memory leaks, and you want to remove it... You can use this tool to help you find which variables/objects that are not destroyed when they should be, and thereafter, you can visualise exactly where is the circular reference for some specific...

PHCOTE/Devel-Monitor-0.9.0.7 - 21 Apr 2005 01:12:30 GMT

Devel::Refcount - obtain the REFCNT value of a referent River stage two • 10 direct dependents • 39 total dependents

This module provides a single function which obtains the reference count of the object being pointed to by the passed reference value. It also provides a debugging assertion that asserts a given reference has a count of only 1....

PEVANS/Devel-Refcount-0.10 - 10 Feb 2013 15:08:48 GMT

Devel::LexAlias - alias lexical variables River stage two • 10 direct dependents • 52 total dependents

Devel::LexAlias provides the ability to alias a lexical variable in a subroutines scope to one of your choosing. If you don't know why you'd want to do this, I'd suggest that you skip this module. If you think you have a use for it, I'd insist on it....

RCLAMP/Devel-LexAlias-0.05 - 16 Jan 2013 11:53:39 GMT

Devel::Mallinfo - mallinfo() memory statistics and more River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 4 total dependents

"Devel::Mallinfo" is an interface to the C library "mallinfo()" function giving various totals for memory used by "malloc()". It's meant for development use, to give an idea how much memory a program and libraries are using. Interfaces to some GNU C ...

KRYDE/Devel-Mallinfo-14 - 24 Dec 2014 07:35:03 GMT

POE::Devel::Top - Display information about POE sessions and events River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

This module displays information about the sessions and events handled by the current POE kernel, mimicking the well-known top(1) system utility. In this early version, it only prints the information on "STDOUT"....

SAPER/POE-Devel-Top-0.100 - 02 Dec 2012 01:31:32 GMT

Devel::Gladiator - Walk Perl's arena River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 5 total dependents

Devel::Gladiator iterates Perl's internal memory structures and can be used to enumerate all the currently live SVs. This can be used to hunt leaks and to profile memory usage....

ETHER/Devel-Gladiator-0.07 - 19 Oct 2014 18:33:06 GMT

Devel::Pointer::PP - Fiddle around with pointers, safer than Devel::Pointer River stage zero No dependents

The primary purpose of this is to turn a smashed reference address back into a value. Once a reference is treated as a numeric or string value, you can't dereference it normally; although with this module, you can. Be careful, though, to avoid derefe...

JJORE/Devel-Pointer-PP-1.01 - 24 May 2005 22:29:51 GMT

POE::Devel::ProcAlike - Exposing the guts of POE via FUSE River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

Really, all you have to do is load the module and call it's spawn() method: use POE::Devel::ProcAlike; POE::Devel::ProcAlike->spawn( ... ); This method will return failure on errors or return success. Normally you don't need to pass any arguments to ...

APOCAL/POE-Devel-ProcAlike-0.02 - 09 Feb 2009 19:47:57 GMT

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