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NAME

       Module::Loaded - mark modules as loaded or unloaded

SYNOPSIS

           use Module::Loaded;

           $bool = mark_as_loaded('Foo');   # Foo.pm is now marked as loaded
           $loc  = is_loaded('Foo');        # location of Foo.pm set to the
                                            # loaders location
           eval "require 'Foo'";            # is now a no-op

           $bool = mark_as_unloaded('Foo'); # Foo.pm no longer marked as loaded
           eval "require 'Foo'";            # Will try to find Foo.pm in @INC

DESCRIPTION

       When testing applications, often you find yourself needing to provide functionality in
       your test environment that would usually be provided by external modules. Rather than
       munging the %INC by hand to mark these external modules as loaded, so they are not
       attempted to be loaded by perl, this module offers you a very simple way to mark modules
       as loaded and/or unloaded.

FUNCTIONS

   $bool = mark_as_loaded( PACKAGE );
       Marks the package as loaded to perl. "PACKAGE" can be a bareword or string.

       If the module is already loaded, "mark_as_loaded" will carp about this and tell you from
       where the "PACKAGE" has been loaded already.

   $bool = mark_as_unloaded( PACKAGE );
       Marks the package as unloaded to perl, which is the exact opposite of "mark_as_loaded".
       "PACKAGE" can be a bareword or string.

       If the module is already unloaded, "mark_as_unloaded" will carp about this and tell you
       the "PACKAGE" has been unloaded already.

   $loc = is_loaded( PACKAGE );
       "is_loaded" tells you if "PACKAGE" has been marked as loaded yet.  "PACKAGE" can be a
       bareword or string.

       It returns falls if "PACKAGE" has not been loaded yet and the location from where it is
       said to be loaded on success.

BUG REPORTS

       Please report bugs or other issues to <bug-module-loaded@rt.cpan.org<gt>.

AUTHOR

       This module by Jos Boumans <kane@cpan.org>.

COPYRIGHT

       This library is free software; you may redistribute and/or modify it under the same terms
       as Perl itself.