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Brothers in perl,
here is a little module that i like to discuss. It is a workaround to the issue that INIT-Blocks are not executed in an evaled environment like mod_perl and WSH (Windows Scripting Host). Everything else you need to know is in the pod.
Do you thinks it´s well written? do you detect any caveats? what about the name?

eager to hear the monks wisdom,
package Evaled::INIT; use 5.008; use strict; use warnings; our $VERSION = '0.01'; my $filter; use Filter::Simple sub { return if $filter++; my $i=0; while ( $_ =~ s/(^|[\s\t;}])INIT(?!\x00)([\s\n]*|{)/$1INIT\x00 { \ +&SINIT$i; } \nsub SINIT$i$2/ms ) {$i++;}; s/\x00//msg; }; 1; __END__ =head1 NAME Evaled::INIT - Perl extension for executing INIT-sections =head1 SYNOPSIS use Evaled::INIT; =head1 ABSTRACT When you I<use> a module in an I<eval()>-statement, then the modules I<INIT>-sections (if any) are not executed. This modu +le can be used to work-around this behaviour. =head2 VERSION This is Version 0.1, early beta-state ,-) =head1 DESCRIPTION When you I<use> a module in an I<eval()>-statement, like $mod = "Foo"; eval "use $mod;"; then the modules I<INIT>-sections (if any) are not executed. Such statements may be used to load unknown modules at runtime, or might be implicitly caused by an environment like the I<Windows Scr +ipting Host (WSH)> or mod_perl. Such a WSH-PerlSript is always executed within an I<eval()>. This behaviour can cause the module to act irregularly. If you need to use such a module in any I<eval>-statement you can you +use this module to work around. Simply add the line use Evaled::INIT; at the top of the modules code (right after the I<package xxx;>-statem +ent). I<Evaled::INIT> acts as a source-filter. B<Hint:> I<A source-filter is a module that can change the sourcecode of the mo +dule that uses it to whatever the filter wants. This happens before the modules code is com +piled.> In this case the filter will replace all INIT { #do something } with INIT { &SINITx(); } sub SINITx { #do something } where I<x> is the number of the I<BEGIN>-section (there can be more th +an one) in top-down-order, starting with 0. After that conversion you can call the I<SINITx>-Functions as apropria +te, like $mod = "Foo"; eval "use $mod;"; eval "&$mod::SINITx();"; =head2 EXPORT None by default or query. =head2 EXAMPLES =head3 Bad example, INIT is not executed. #File INIT { print "INIT\n"; } 1; #File eval "use;"; print "main\n"; Output: >>perl main >> =head3 Good example, INIT can be called. #File use Evaled::INIT; INIT { print "INIT\n"; } 1; #File eval "use; &t::SINIT0();"; print "main\n"; Output: >>perl INIT main >> =head3 Good example, INIT still works #of course the module will still work without eval #File use Evaled::INIT; INIT { print "INIT\n"; } 1; #File use; print "main\n"; Output: >>perl INIT main >> =head1 AUTHOR Markus Holzer (m.holzer/at/ =head1 COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify i +t under the same terms as Perl itself. =cut

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In reply to Evaled::INIT - allow init blocks to execute inside eval block by holli

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