package Mojolicious::Command::version;
use Mojo::Base 'Mojolicious::Command';

use Mojo::IOLoop::Client;
use Mojo::IOLoop::TLS;
use Mojo::JSON;
use Mojolicious;

has description => 'Show versions of available modules';
has usage       => sub { shift->extract_usage };

sub run {
  my $self = shift;

  my $json  = Mojo::JSON->JSON_XS                   ? $Cpanel::JSON::XS::VERSION   : 'n/a';
  my $ev    = eval { require Mojo::Reactor::EV; 1 } ? $EV::VERSION                 : 'n/a';
  my $socks = Mojo::IOLoop::Client->can_socks       ? $IO::Socket::Socks::VERSION  : 'n/a';
  my $tls   = Mojo::IOLoop::TLS->can_tls            ? $IO::Socket::SSL::VERSION    : 'n/a';
  my $nnr   = Mojo::IOLoop::Client->can_nnr         ? $Net::DNS::Native::VERSION   : 'n/a';
  my $roles = Mojo::Base->ROLES                     ? $Role::Tiny::VERSION         : 'n/a';
  my $async = Mojo::Base->ASYNC                     ? $Future::AsyncAwait::VERSION : 'n/a';

  print <<EOF;
  Perl        ($^V, $^O)
  Mojolicious ($Mojolicious::VERSION, $Mojolicious::CODENAME)

  Cpanel::JSON::XS 4.09+   ($json)
  EV 4.32+                 ($ev)
  IO::Socket::Socks 0.64+  ($socks)
  IO::Socket::SSL 2.009+   ($tls)
  Net::DNS::Native 0.15+   ($nnr)
  Role::Tiny 2.000001+     ($roles)
  Future::AsyncAwait 0.36+ ($async)


  # Check latest version on CPAN
  my $latest = eval {
    $self->app->ua->max_redirects(10)->tap(sub { $_->proxy->detect })
  } or return;

  my $msg = 'This version is up to date, have fun!';
  $msg = 'Thanks for testing a development release, you are awesome!' if $latest < $Mojolicious::VERSION;
  $msg = "You might want to update your Mojolicious to $latest!"      if $latest > $Mojolicious::VERSION;
  say $msg;


=encoding utf8

=head1 NAME

Mojolicious::Command::version - Version command


  Usage: APPLICATION version [OPTIONS]

    mojo version

    -h, --help   Show this summary of available options


L<Mojolicious::Command::version> shows version information for available core and optional modules.

This is a core command, that means it is always enabled and its code a good example for learning to build new commands,
you're welcome to fork it.

See L<Mojolicious::Commands/"COMMANDS"> for a list of commands that are available by default.


L<Mojolicious::Command::version> inherits all attributes from L<Mojolicious::Command> and implements the following new

=head2 description

  my $description = $v->description;
  $v              = $v->description('Foo');

Short description of this command, used for the command list.

=head2 usage

  my $usage = $v->usage;
  $v        = $v->usage('Foo');

Usage information for this command, used for the help screen.

=head1 METHODS

L<Mojolicious::Command::version> inherits all methods from L<Mojolicious::Command> and implements the following new

=head2 run


Run this command.

=head1 SEE ALSO

L<Mojolicious>, L<Mojolicious::Guides>, L<>.