ffap-perl-module.el lets Emacs ffap ("find file at point") go to the source for a perl module. For example,

Foo::Bar ---> /usr/share/perl5/Foo/
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 sub-packages, or add a package prefix if abbreviated in documentation etc.

ffap-perl-module.el is free software (free as in freedom), published under the terms of the GNU General Public License (v3 or up).

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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.

See also my other miscellaneous ffap bits.

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