On Tue, Jul 12, 2005 at 02:10:06PM -0700, Larry Wall wrote: > Good, I'd forgotten about that. Which means that it's even harder > for someone to compile a module in a "strange" dialect, since they'd > essentially have to write their own version of "use" that forces > recompilation ("reuse", if you will). And the harder we make it to > write "reuse", the better.
Within perl 5, there is an extremely easy way to write that, namely coderef in @INC that provides line-based filtering: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Acme-use-strict-with-pride/pride.pm Are we to discontinue use of [EMAIL PROTECTED], and switch to the slightly more difficult but far more manageable approach of rebinding &*require? Thanks, /Autrijus/
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