On Wed, Aug 10, 2005 at 10:47:47AM +0200, Juerd wrote:
> Larry Wall skribis 2005-08-09 16:19 (-0700):
> > So either something in the context tells us what "Foo" means, or
> > it will be taken as a list operator that hasn't been declared yet.
> Is there, by the way, a pragma to force predeclaration of subs, to gain
> compile time typo checking?

Actually, "use optimize :package<closed>" effectively does that.

But it's an toplevel optimization, which is not applicable to
module authors.  So I'd very much welcome a lexical pragma that
forces static binding of subroutine calls.

Preferably we can use the same pragma can handle methods as well.
Something like:

    use strict 'calls';


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