Pod::POM::Web - local Perl documentation server

By Laurent Dami (‎dami‎) from Geneva.pm
Date: Thursday, 30 August 2007 15:25
Duration: 20 minutes
Target audience: Any
Language:


Pod::POM::Web is a Web application for browsing the documentation of
Perl components installed on your local machine. Since pages are
dynamically generated, they are always in sync with code actually
installed.

The application offers
- a tree view for browsing through installed modules
(with dynamic expansion of branches as they are visited)
- a tree view for navigating and opening / closing sections
while visiting a documentation page
- a source code view with syntax coloring
- direct access to perlfunc entries (builtin Perl functions)
- search through perlfaq headers
- fulltext search, including names of Perl variables
- parsing and display of version number
- display if and when the displayed module entered Perl core
- parsing pod links and translating them into hypertext links
- links to CPAN sites

The talk will demo the application and will discuss the architecture
and internal components.


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