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Evaling didn't work in this case, but thanks for your comment. I didn't realize that was how serialization was supposed to work, but now this all makes more sense. I'm going to try serializing and evaling with Storable now.
Update, yep, this works.
use strict; use warnings; use Storable qw(store retrieve freeze thaw dclone); use LWP::UserAgent; use Test::More qw(no_plan); my $user_agent = LWP::UserAgent->new; isa_ok($user_agent, 'LWP::UserAgent'); store($user_agent, 'myuseragent') or die "Can't store useragent!\n"; my $user_agent2 = retrieve('myuseragent'); isa_ok($user_agent2, 'LWP::UserAgent');

In reply to Re^2: Can I serialize an object and have it remember it's type? by tphyahoo
in thread Can I serialize an object and have it remember it's type? by tphyahoo

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