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Re^3: Is there a way to access the name under which a subroutine was first defined?

by Thilosophy (Curate)
on Feb 16, 2009 at 13:12 UTC ( #744069=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Is there a way to access the name under which a subroutine was first defined?
in thread Is there a way to access the name under which a subroutine was first defined?

I hate to bring this up, but while we are at it: the CHECK (and INIT) phases do not really work under mod_perl ...

I am more than a little surprised that it is so difficult to use MODIFY_CODE_ATTRIBUTES to redefine functions.

I think this part of Perl is a construction site that has been abandoned half-finished. Which only makes it more interesting to the enterprising hacker...

I am now looking at ways to get a similarly concise syntax as attributes offer using other (more established) mechanisms. Any ideas?

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[marto]: finding bugs, either in the CPU layer or hypervisor, finding undocumented instructions
[zentara]: are you talikng about perf?
[Discipulus]: i miss what an undocumented instructions can be, and how can be used
[zentara]: perf
[marto]: X86_instruction_li stings
[marto]: Illegal_opcode
[zentara]: marto arn't those NSA secrets? :-)
[marto]: not if you keep telling people :P

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