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It looks like The Fine Monks have already addressed your particular situation.   But since a particular module hasn't yet been mentioned above, see below for mention of a potentially relevant module worth mentioning:


SYNOPSIS use Module::Versions::Report; ...and any code you want... This will run all your code normally, but then as the Perl interpreter + is about to exit, it will print something like: Perl v5.6.1 under MSWin32. Modules in memory: attributes; AutoLoader v5.58; Carp; Config; DynaLoader v1.04; Exporter v5.562; Module::Versions::Report v1.01; HTML::Entities v1.22; HTML::HeadParser v2.15; HTML::Parser v3.25; [... and whatever other modules were loaded that session...] Consider its use from the command line: % perl -MModule::Versions::Report -MLWP -e 1 Perl v5.6.1 under MSWin32. Modules in memory: attributes; AutoLoader v5.58; [...]


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In reply to Re: Finding version of a Perl module by ybiC
in thread Finding version of a Perl module by bradcathey

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