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Module::Runtime's use_module function may be to your liking...

use_module('My::Utils')->import(qw< min max zip >); my $logger = use_module('My::Logger')->new(-trace => 1);

Update:... some people may well consider this insane but...

BEGIN { package PerlX::qm; no thanks; sub import { my ($me, $name) = @_; require Module::Runtime; require PerlX::QuoteOperator; PerlX::QuoteOperator->new->import($name || "qm", { -parser => 1, -with => sub ($) { Module::Runtime::use_module(grep /\w/, split /\s/, $_[ +0]) }, }, scalar caller); } }; use 5.010; use strict; use warnings; use PerlX::qm; say qm( Math::BigInt 1.000 )->new('4660')->as_hex; say qm( Math::BigFloat )->new('74565')->as_hex;

PerlX::qm defines a quote-like operator (like qq, qw or qx) for module names. Quoted modules are loaded at runtime, and can be followed by an optional version number.

perl -E'sub Monkey::do{say$_,for@_,do{($monkey=[caller(0)]->[3])=~s{::}{ }and$monkey}}"Monkey say"->Monkey::do'

In reply to Re^2: Use of AutoLoader in Modern Times (future) by tobyink
in thread Use of Autoloader in Modern Times by Tommy

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