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Subject: eval does not handle well subroutines in lexical scope
Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2018 05:59:04 +0000 (UTC)
To: bug-eval-withlexicals [...] rt.cpan.org
From: Bernhard Bodenstorfer <bodenstorfer [...] yahoo.co.uk>
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Environment: Observed in Eval::WithLexicals our $VERSION = '1.003006'; # v1.3.6 perl -v v5.26.1 Fedora Linux 4.15.9-300.fc27.i686 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bug description: The attached Perl file evalmysub.pl calls Eval::WithLexicals' eval function on a code string defining a function in lexical scope with my sub ... This call succeeds. But the following call which accesses a variable results in an error: capture key should start with @, % or $ see attached error.txt The error goes away if a fresh Eval::WithLexicals handle is created and used or if the procedure is defined without my. The work-around is to define a lexical reference to an anonymous function.
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