As I munge through Perl's threading capabilities, I find myself once again asking for help.
I am trying to work with the Bit::Vector package (v7.2) and would like to do things like:
(1) my $vec1 : shared = Bit::Vector->new($bits);
my $vec2 : shared = Bit::Vector->new($bits);
(2) my @vecs : shared = ();
push(@vecs, $vec1, $vec2);
I know I can do #2 if only I could do #1. Any insight into how I can share a Bit::Vector object, if at all? The threads::shared doc discusses some support for object sharing, but if anyone knows how to translate that into my simple example above, I would *really* appreciate it!
Thank you in advance!
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