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It works better if it's rearranged.

use B; $\="\n"; package Foo; # line 23 'bin/' sub some_sub { warn "Got to here"; } # line 99 'bin/' print "some_sub: ",B::svref_2object(\&Foo::some_sub)->GV->LINE; { no strict 'refs'; print "some_other_sub: ",B::svref_2object(\*{'Foo::some_other_sub' +})->LINE; } Foo::some_sub(); __END__ some_sub: 25 some_other_sub: 102 Got to here at 'bin/' line 24.

This code is a little over my head to be honest, but my guess is that your references to Foo::some_sub in the no strict 'refs' block are creating the darned thing right there on the spot. Perhaps another monk can explain this behavior.

I don't know if this is helpful or not, but I found it interesting.

In reply to Re: Getting file and line number where a subroutine is declared by kyle
in thread Getting file and line number where a subroutine is declared by Ovid

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