Exporter - Implements default import method for modules River stage five • 2218 direct dependents • 29379 total dependents

The Exporter module implements an "import" method which allows a module to export functions and variables to its users' namespaces. Many modules use Exporter rather than implementing their own "import" method because Exporter provides a highly flexib...

TODDR/Exporter-5.73 - 21 Sep 2018 16:17:34 GMT

Exporter::VA - Improved Exporter featuring Versioning and Aliasing. River stage zero No dependents

This main incentive in creating this exporter is to allow modules to be updated and get rid of default exports in newer releases, while still maintaining compatibility with older code. What it Gives the Client's 'use' Statement If ModuleName gets its...

DLUGOSZ/Exporter-VA-1.3.0.1 - 27 Jan 2003 07:41:39 GMT

Sub::Exporter - a sophisticated exporter for custom-built routines River stage four • 337 direct dependents • 5774 total dependents

ACHTUNG! If you're not familiar with Exporter or exporting, read Sub::Exporter::Tutorial first! Why Generators? The biggest benefit of Sub::Exporter over existing exporters (including the ubiquitous Exporter.pm) is its ability to build new coderefs f...

RJBS/Sub-Exporter-0.987 - 18 Oct 2013 15:10:54 GMT

Exporter::Lite - lightweight exporting of functions and variables River stage three • 64 direct dependents • 526 total dependents

Exporter::Lite is an alternative to Exporter, intended to provide a lightweight subset of the most commonly-used functionality. It supports "import()", @EXPORT and @EXPORT_OK and not a whole lot else. Unlike Exporter, it is not necessary to inherit f...

NEILB/Exporter-Lite-0.08 - 13 Jan 2016 19:38:24 GMT

Exporter::Easy - Takes the drudgery out of Exporting symbols River stage two • 33 direct dependents • 72 total dependents

Exporter::Easy makes using Exporter easy. In its simplest case, it allows you to drop the boilerplate code that comes with using Exporter, so require Exporter; use base qw( Exporter ); use vars qw( @EXPORT ); @EXPORT = ( 'init' ); becomes use Exporte...

NEILB/Exporter-Easy-0.18 - 11 Nov 2015 21:30:35 GMT

Class::Exporter - Export class methods as regular subroutines River stage zero No dependents

This module makes it much easier to make a module have a hybrid object/method interface similar to the one of CGI.pm. You can take any old module that has an object- oriented interface and convert it to have a hybrid interface by simply adding "use b...

SPLICE/Class-Exporter-0.03 - 13 Apr 2003 19:49:36 GMT

Const::Exporter - Declare constants for export. River stage two • 7 direct dependents • 28 total dependents

This module allows you to declare constants that can be exported to other modules. To declare constants, simply group then into export tags: package MyApp::Constants; use Const::Exporter tag_a => [ 'foo' => 1, 'bar' => 2, ], tag_b => [ 'baz' => 3, 'b...

RRWO/Const-Exporter-v0.4.1 - 08 May 2018 15:15:00 GMT

Exporter::Declare - Exporting done right River stage three • 14 direct dependents • 103 total dependents

Exporter::Declare is a meta-driven exporting tool. Exporter::Declare tries to adopt all the good features of other exporting tools, while throwing away horrible interfaces. Exporter::Declare also provides hooks that allow you to add options and argum...

EXODIST/Exporter-Declare-0.114 - 23 Jun 2015 21:02:20 GMT

Exporter::Extensible - Create easy-to-extend modules which export symbols River stage zero No dependents

As a module author, you have dozens of exporters to choose from, so I'll try to get straight to the pros/cons of this module: Pros Extend Your Module This exporter focuses on the ability and ease of letting you "subclass" a module-with-exports to cre...

NERDVANA/Exporter-Extensible-0.04 - 24 Oct 2018 19:48:38 GMT

Const::Fast::Exporter - create a module that exports Const::Fast immutable variables River stage zero No dependents

This module is helpful if you want to create a module that defines Const::Fast immutable variables, which are then exported. The SYNOPSIS provides just about everything you need to know. When you use "Const::Fast::Exporter", it loads "Const::Fast" fo...

NEILB/Const-Fast-Exporter-0.01 - 15 Sep 2017 18:39:00 GMT

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