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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • A lot of systems today use one or more proxies around a number of objects to implement declarative transactions or other goodies. (Of course, these are much easier to implement in Perl or other dynamic languages, but that's another show.) So as a result you'll frequently have a number steps where each proxy intercepts the method, figures out what to dispatch it to, then invoke the relevant method using reflection.

    Fun when debugging, too...