yes - I'm suffering - not just because perlcc
never works. No - that's a different story. The problem
seems to be, that the whole B::<mod> module hierarchy is
nothing but experimental. Very bad. Consider this:
#> perl -MO=Xref elric
Can't locate object method "xref" via package "B::SPECIAL"
(perhaps you forgot to load "B::SPECIAL"?) at
/usr/lib/perl5/5.6.1/i586-linux/B.pm line 213.
CHECK failed--call queue aborted.
Oh great. So what? I don't know. No compiler, no cross-references and now maintain a large and growing
Perl project. Attack of the bugs begun has.