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Subject: CaseFoldPP module interface a bit broken
The only way to use it is perl -MUnicode::CaseFoldPP -e 'Unicode::CaseFold->case_fold(1)' the following does not work: perl -MUnicode::CaseFoldPP -e 'Unicode::CaseFoldPP->case_fold(1)' perl -MUnicode::CaseFoldPP -e 'case_fold(1)' perl -MUnicode::CaseFoldPP -e 'fc(1)'
On Fri Jan 04 13:49:23 2013, vsespb wrote:
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> The only way to use it is > > perl -MUnicode::CaseFoldPP -e 'Unicode::CaseFold->case_fold(1)' > > the following does not work: > > perl -MUnicode::CaseFoldPP -e 'Unicode::CaseFoldPP->case_fold(1)' > perl -MUnicode::CaseFoldPP -e 'case_fold(1)' > perl -MUnicode::CaseFoldPP -e 'fc(1)'
Hi, there is no CaseFoldPP interface; it's an internal package. The only interface you should be using, and the only module you should be "use"ing, is Unicode::CaseFold. It will use XS whenever it's available, and pure perl if it's not. If you want to force PP even if XS is available (perhaps for debugging), set $ENV{PERL_UNICODE_CASEFOLD_PP} = 1 before loading the module.


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