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Module::Collect(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation Module::Collect(3)
 

Module::Collect - Collect sub-modules in directories

  use Module::Collect;
  my $collect = Module::Collect->new(
      path     => '/foo/bar/plugins',
      prefix   => 'MyApp::Plugin', # optional
      pattern  => '*.pm',          # optional
      multiple => 1,               # optional, see t/06_multiple.t
  );
  my @modules = @{ $collect->modules };
  for my $module (@modules) {
      print $module->path;    # package fuke oatg
      print $module->package; # package name
      $module->require;       # require package
      my $obj = $module->new; # aliae for $module->package->new
  }

Module::Collect finds sub-modules, or plugins in directories.
The following directory composition
  $ ls -R t/plugins
  t/plugins:
  empty.pm  foo  foo.pm  pod.pm  withcomment.pm  withpod.pm
  t/plugins/foo:
  bar.pm  baz.plugin
The following code is executed
  use strict;
  use warnings;
  use Module::Collect;
  use Perl6::Say;
  my $c = Module::Collect->new( path => 't/plugins' );
  for my $module (@{ $c->modules }) {
      say $module->package . ', ', $module->path;
      $module->require;
  }
results
  MyApp::Foo, t/plugins/foo.pm
  With::Comment, t/plugins/withcomment.pm
  With::Pod, t/plugins/withpod.pm
  MyApp::Foo::Bar, t/plugins/foo/bar.pm

Kazuhiro Osawa <ko@yappo.ne.jp>
lopnor
gfx
mattn

Plagger, Module::Pluggable

Module::Collect::Package

  git clone git://github.com/yappo/p5-Module-Collect.git
Module::Collect is git repository is hosted at <http://github.com/yappo/p5-Module-Collect>. patches and collaborators are welcome.

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
2010-02-09 perl v5.28.1

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