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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • What's the problem that you were solving? I'm thinking that maybe this reference matching is really a different problem.
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    • I am testing to ensure that an object returned by a function is actually the same object received by a previous call to this function. In OO terms, I testing to make sure a class is a Singleton.

      I tried the XS route, until Randal's suggestion above, because I needed the address of what the RV*'s were pointing to. The new route of is((ref $a && ref $b && $a == $b), 1) isn't pretty, but it works just fine. Also, I got a good look at how Test::Builder and Test::Builder::Tester work, so I wou