Portable implementation of the `which' utility
Portable implementation of the `which' utility.
File::Which is a portable implementation (in Perl) of `which', and can
be used to get the absolute filename of an executable program
installed somewhere in your PATH, or just check for its existence. It
includes the command-line utility `pwhich' which has the same function
To install this module type the following (on Windows, use `nmake',
PWHICH(1) User Contributed Perl Documentation PWHICH(1)
pwhich - Perl-only `which'
$ pwhich perl
$ pwhich -a perl # print all matches
$ pwhich perl perldoc ... # look for multiple programs
$ pwhich -a perl perldoc ...
`pwhich' is a command-line utility program for finding paths
to other pr
Which(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation Which(3)
File::Which - Portable implementation of the `which' utility
use File::Which; # exports which()
use File::Which qw(which where); # exports which() and where()
my $exe_path = which('perldoc');
my @paths = where('perl');
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Revision history for File::Which.
0.05 Mon 24 Jun 23:06:45 CET 2002
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