("find file at point") go to the source for a perl module. For example,
if a module file exists (otherwise falling back to
ffap's other finding). There's various gambits to get the package part of a fully-qualified name, prune back subpackages, or add a package prefix if abbreviated in documentation etc.
free software (free
as in freedom), published under the terms of the
GNU General Public
License (v3 or up). Download version 19 here, or in my
ffap-perl-module.el(29k, and sig)
The sig file is an Gnu PG ascii armoured signature generated from my key.
Here's some other ways to do the same thing. They're mainly separate
commands. It's a matter of personal preference whether you want
ffap for all sorts of finding, or keep it separate.
cperl-mode, that's just where most often used.
perl-find-library.elhas a simple command looking through
@INClike the ffap here, but without the class name pruning.
ps/find-source-for-module-at-pointlikewise. It uses its
perly_senseprogram so you must have it and its various module dependencies installed first.
And see also my other miscellaneous
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