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Some are documented

version::newundocumented availability
version::qvundocumented availability
version::booleancompletely undocumented
version::vcmpcompletely undocumented
version::noopcompletely undocumented
version's UNIVERSAL::VERSION overrideundocumented availability
utf8::native_to_unicodecompletely undocumented
utf8::unicode_to_nativecompletely undocumented
Internals::SvREADONLYcompletely undocumented
Internals::SvREFCNTcompletely undocumented
Internals::hv_clear_placeholderscompletely undocumented
Internals::hash_seedcompletely undocumented
Internals::rehash_seedcompletely undocumented
Internals::HvREHASHcompletely undocumented
PerlIO::get_layersundocumented availability
re::is_regexpundocumented availability
re::regnameundocumented availability
re::regnamesundocumented availability
re::regnames_countundocumented availability
Tie::Hash::NamedCapture::undocumented availability

The table applies to 5.10.0. I omitted methods except those in UNIVERSAL (since those have a global effect).


documentedThese functions are documented as always available.
impliedThe documentation for these functions implies they are always available.
undocumented availabilityThese functions are documented, but their availability isn't.
completely undocumentedThe documentation of the modules for these functions don't mention them.

Interestingly, version claims to override UNIVERSAL::VERSION, but there is only one function. The "override" is always in effect.

Interestingly, the following bindings are absent:

  • re::regmust
  • re::regexp_pattern

In reply to Re^2: Will the real Internals module please stand up? by ikegami
in thread Will the real Internals module please stand up? by dragonchild

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