Env-Modulecmd 1.2

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CreatedCreated : Jun 11, 2007
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Env::Modulecmd provides an automated interface to ...

Env::Modulecmd provides an automated interface to modulecmd from Perl. The most straightforward use of Env::Modulecmd is for loading and unloading modules at compile_time, although many other uses are provided.
In general, Env::Modulecmd works by making a system call to 'modulecmd perl [cmd] [module]', under the assumption that modulecmd is in your PATH. If you set the environment variable PERL_MODULECMD, Env::Modulecmd will use that value in place of modulecmd. If modulecmd is not found, the shell will return an error and the script will die.
Modules may, by convention, output warnings and informational messages; modulecmd directs these to standard error. If modulecmd outputs anything to standard error, Env::Modulecmd inspects that output and attempts to determine whether it represents a fatal error.
If the output begins with ``ERROR:'', or if it matches modulecmd's typical error message format, Env::Modulecmd fails. Otherwise, Env::Modulecmd emits that output as a warning, but only if Perl warnings are enabled (-w, or use warnings).
If there were no fatal errors, modulecmd's output (if any) is eval'ed. If the eval operation fails, Env::Modulecmd will fail.
If you attempt to load a module which has already been loaded, or perform some other benign operation, modulecmd will generate neither output nor error; ion, moduition is silently ignored.

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