Sub::Usage - Issue subroutine/method usage River stage zero No dependents

Sub::Usage provides functions to display usage of subroutines or methods from inside the stub. Some people like to check the parameters of the routine. For example, # turn_on(NAME, COLOR [, INTENSITY]) sub turn_on { @_ >= 2 or die "usage: turn_on(NAM...

HASANT/Sub-Usage-0.03 - 26 Feb 2002 00:52:37 GMT

Pod::Usage - print a usage message from embedded pod documentation River stage five • 589 direct dependents • 18476 total dependents

pod2usage will print a usage message for the invoking script (using its embedded pod documentation) and then exit the script with the desired exit status. The usage message printed may have any one of three levels of "verboseness": If the verbose lev...

MAREKR/Pod-Usage-1.69 - 23 May 2016 20:57:06 GMT

Graph::Usage - graph usage patterns from Perl packages River stage zero No dependents

This script traces the usage of Perl packages by other Perl packages from "use" and "require" statements and plots the result as a graph. Due to the nature of the parsing it might miss a few connections, or even generate wrong positives. However, the...

TELS/Graph-Usage-0.12 - 29 Jan 2006 15:25:07 GMT

Test::Usage - A different approach to testing: selective, quieter, colorful. River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

LUCS/Test-Usage-0.08 - 19 Dec 2008 16:19:59 GMT

Memory::Usage - Tools to determine actual memory usage River stage one • 5 direct dependents • 8 total dependents

This module lets you attempt to measure, from your operating system's perspective, how much memory a process is using at any given time....

DONEILL/Memory-Usage-0.201 - 01 Oct 2010 20:37:28 GMT

SyslogScan::Usage - encapsulates the total volumes of mail broadcast, sent, and received through sendmail by a single user or group. River stage zero No dependents

Broadcast, Send, and Receive Volume of messages received has the obvious meaning. Volume of messages sent and volume of messages broadcast require more explanation. If I send out a message which has three recipients, then for the purposes of the Sysl...

RHNELSON/SyslogScan-0.32 - 24 Nov 1997 21:43:31 GMT

lib/Usage.pm River stage zero No dependents

EDAVIS/xmltv-0.5.33 - 08 May 2004 11:59:24 GMT

OptArgs - integrated argument and option processing River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

OptArgs processes Perl script *options* and *arguments*. This is in contrast with most modules in the Getopt::* namespace, which deal with options only. This module is duplicated as Getopt::Args, to cover both its original name and yet still be found...

MLAWREN/OptArgs-0.1.20 - 11 Apr 2016 13:17:26 GMT

Pod::Usage::CGI - generate usage message for CGI scripts River stage zero No dependents

Provides pod2usage exit from CGI scripts. You may optionally supply a message. By default the message text is escaped to prevent cross-site scripting injection attacks and placed in a div container of class "message" that you can optionally format wi...

BBC/Pod-Usage-CGI-1.010 - 15 Jul 2005 13:02:46 GMT

Pod::Sub::Usage - Module to print sub documentaion from pod! River stage zero No dependents

MZIESCHA/Pod-Sub-Usage-0.02001 - 15 Jun 2018 12:27:36 GMT

Pod::Usage::Return - pod2usage that returns instead of exits River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 3 total dependents

This is a drop-in replacement for Pod::Usage "pod2usage" that returns the exit value instead of calling exit....

PREACTION/Pod-Usage-Return-0.003 - 28 Jun 2014 06:22:25 GMT

Test::Memory::Usage - make sure code doesn't unexpectedly eat all your memory River stage zero No dependents

CHISEL/Test-Memory-Usage-0.0.5 - 19 May 2013 22:12:50 GMT

MooseX::Getopt::Usage - Extend MooseX::Getopt with usage message and man page generated from attribute meta and POD. River stage two • 10 direct dependents • 18 total dependents

Perl Moose Role that extends MooseX::Getopt to provide usage printing and man page generation that inspects your classes meta information to build a (coloured) usage message including that meta information. If STDOUT is a tty usage message is colouri...

PITCHLESS/MooseX-Getopt-Usage-0.24 - 25 Sep 2014 16:09:35 GMT

Getopt::Args - integrated argument and option processing River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

Getopt::Args processes Perl script *options* and *arguments*. This is in contrast with most modules in the Getopt::* namespace, which deal with options only. This module is duplicated as OptArgs, to cover both its original name and yet still be found...

MLAWREN/OptArgs-0.1.20 - 11 Apr 2016 13:17:26 GMT

Paws::ApiGateway::Usage River stage two • 8 direct dependents • 10 total dependents

JLMARTIN/Paws-0.38 - 18 Jun 2018 22:33:17 GMT

Pod::Usage::CommandLine - Add some common command line options from Pod::Usage River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

Basically a cut/paste from the boilerplate described in Pod::Usage and Getopt::Long so it can be included with a single "use" instead of cut/pasting it. See Getopt::Long for all the intricacies of specifying options. Set $VERSION in a BEGIN block as ...

CTILMES/Pod-Usage-CommandLine-0.04 - 05 May 2009 16:54:09 GMT

lib/Enbld/Command/Usage.pm River stage zero No dependents

MAGNOLIA/Enbld-0.7041 - 09 Feb 2015 13:36:06 GMT

Class::Usul::Getopt::Usage - The usage description for Getopt::Long::Descriptive River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 3 total dependents

The usage description for Getopt::Long::Descriptive. Inherits from Getopt::Long::Descriptive::Usage See Class::Usul::Options for more usage information...

PJFL/Class-Usul-0.84.1 - 14 Apr 2018 12:28:18 GMT

Class::Usul::TraitFor::Usage - Help and diagnostic information for command line programs River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 3 total dependents

Help and diagnostic information for command line programs...

PJFL/Class-Usul-0.84.1 - 14 Apr 2018 12:28:18 GMT

Sport::Analytics::NHL::Usage - an internal utility module standardizing the usage of our applications. River stage zero No dependents

ROMM/Sport-Analytics-NHL-1.40 - 13 Aug 2018 04:50:14 GMT

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