if such 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.
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ffap-perl-module.el(29k, and sig)
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 them 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.
See also my other miscellaneous
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