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NAME
       Mojolicious::Command::routes - Routes command

SYNOPSIS
	 Usage:	APPLICATION routes [OPTIONS]

	   ./myapp.pl routes
	   ./myapp.pl routes -v

	 Options:
	   -h, --help	       Show this summary of available options
	       --home <path>   Path to home directory of your application, defaults to
			       the value of MOJO_HOME or auto-detection
	   -m, --mode <name>   Operating mode for your application, defaults to	the
			       value of	MOJO_MODE/PLACK_ENV or "development"
	   -v, --verbose       Print additional	details	about routes, flags indicate
			       C=Conditions, P=Partial,	U=Under	and W=WebSocket

DESCRIPTION
       Mojolicious::Command::routes lists all your application routes.

       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 "COMMANDS" in Mojolicious::Commands for a list of commands that are
       available by default.

ATTRIBUTES
       Mojolicious::Command::routes inherits all attributes from
       Mojolicious::Command and	implements the following new ones.

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

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

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

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

METHODS
       Mojolicious::Command::routes inherits all methods from
       Mojolicious::Command and	implements the following new ones.

   run
	 $routes->run(@ARGV);

       Run this	command.

SEE ALSO
       Mojolicious, Mojolicious::Guides, <https://mojolicious.org>.

perl v5.32.1			  2020-12-07   Mojolicious::Command::routes(3)

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