+perlbrew.el adds basic [perlbrew] support to Emacs.
+- Emacs 23, but probably works in 22
+- The `cl` package for a couple list operations
+- At least one perl brew installed (perlbrew itself is not required)
+Copy perlbrew.el to your LOAD-PATH and customize `perlbrew-perls-dir`.
+The default value is OK for default perlbrew installations
+(`~/perl5/perlbrew/perls`). It's probably a bad idea to customize
+this variable in the middle of a session. You should do
+`(perlbrew-off)` before customizing and turn it back on afterwards.
+To switch to a perlbrew-managed perl, just do
+ M-x perlbrew-use BREW-NAME RET
+This modifies your `exec-path`, `PATH` environment variable, and
+`woman-path` to include the specified brew's directories. WoMan's
+index will be rebuilt the next time `woman' is called. Now, if you
+you'll notice it reports your brewed perl's version, and WoMan can
+display man pages from the modules you've installed in the brewed
+"lib" directory. Binaries from the brewed "bin" are also available.
+If you wish to return to the system perl, do