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----------------------------------------------------------------- [Please enter your report here] This problem has been seen on Perl 5.8.3 and 5.8.7. I assume that it happens under other versions as well. If you try to undef the CODE slot of a glob, it only halfway works. ref(*foo{CODE}) will still show that it is a code reference, and UNIVERSAL::can still shows that it is a code reference. This bug causes problems when Apache::Reload and Class::DBI are used together. The following code sample demonstrates what I am talking about -------- #! /usr/bin/perl -l print "Originally foo() is a " . ref(*foo{CODE}); print "Initializing foo()"; *foo = sub {print "hello"}; print "foo() is now a " . ref(*foo{CODE}); print "According to can, foo is " . main->can("foo"); print "Calling foo()"; foo(); print "Undefining foo()"; $x = *foo; undef &$x; print "foo() is now a " . ref(*foo{CODE}); print "According to can, foo is " . main->can("foo"); print "Calling foo()"; foo(); __END__ Originally foo() is a Initializing foo() foo() is now a CODE According to can, foo is CODE(0x8175b24) Calling foo() hello Undefining foo() foo() is now a CODE According to can, foo is CODE(0x8175b24) Calling foo()

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In reply to Re: undefing *foo{CODE} does not fully work by liverpole
in thread undefing *foo{CODE} does not fully work by jesuashok

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