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Id: 99083
Status: resolved
Priority: 0/
Queue: indirect

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Requestors: haarg [...] haarg.org
Cc: MITHALDU [...] cpan.org
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Fixed in: 0.33



Subject: Breaks eval in an END block in Win32 pseudo-forks
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If indirect is loaded (import doesn't need to be called), having a string eval in an END block will crash perl if triggered in a Win32 pseudo-fork. By default, pseudo-forks won't run END blocks, but they will if exit is called in them manually. I couldn't find a way to reproduce this using the threads module. This can be demonstrated with the following script: require indirect; END { eval "1" } exit if !fork;
Thanks for your report. It has been fixed in version 0.33.


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