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> the module, in which the login function appears?

Don't know what you mean with "appears" ..

  1. If you want to know which modules actually use this method (!) , ...

    ... you could use caller inside the method to report the locations at runtime.

    (not sure if applying B::Xref helps with methods)

  2. If you want to know where the method was defined ...

    ... you can might be able to use ->can to get the function's reference and use introspection with B to find the origin. (untested, will update code)

Update
  • my $c_ref = $obj->can("method_name") will return the reference of the method
  • my ($file, $line) = get_code_location($c_ref) in Sub::Identify allows you to retrieve the original source location

the latter can be done without extra module using some half cryptic B code, but I'm reluctant digging it out.

IIRC an example can be found in the O'Reilly book "Perl Hacks" or google is your friend.

Cheers Rolf
(addicted to the Perl Programming Language and ☆☆☆☆ :)
Je suis Charlie!


In reply to Re: how to find the module of a specific *method*? by LanX
in thread how to find the module of a specific function? by rumpumpel1

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