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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • A custom runloop plus a little optional B::Op magic would fix up step one nice. If you can't do it in ten lines of code, that's because making B::Op's blessing code reusable is a lot more work than it should be.

  • You'd be my hero!

    I remember programming in VisualWorks for Smalltalk in the 90's where we'd start coding by putting a halt in the source code and then just debug the program until it was done.

  • might be Devel::ebug.
  • ``"Merge newly compiled block into running program. (trivial? for non-closures. needs rebinding for closures)"''

    Code::Splice. Cross your fingers, though.

    Should work for closures. There's a fun bit of code in there that looks up the pad entries for variables in the source and target pads and changes the t_args to whatever the variable is named in the target. With the right t_arg and Perl providing the right pad for the closure, it should just kinda go.

    Something that's been nagging me is how utterly cool d