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I've got the following problem: I want to build generic object interfaces with autoload, and create an entry in the symbol-table with the first emulation. This works fine, but I need to turn off strict refs, als shown in the following code example:
#!perl use warnings; use strict; my $test = Test->new(); $test->print("hello\n"); $test->print("hello2\n"); $test->print("hello3", "hello4\n"); # ============================================================ package Test; # ------------------------------------------------------------ sub new { # any constructor my ($proto) = shift; my $class = ref($proto) || $proto; my $parent = ref($proto) && $proto; my $self; $self = {}; # create a new object bless($self, $class); } # new # ------------------------------------------------------------ sub AUTOLOAD { use vars qw($AUTOLOAD); my ($self, @params) = @_; my ($method) = (split(/::/, $AUTOLOAD))[-1]; print "AUTOLOAD: $AUTOLOAD\nSELF: $self\n"; print "METHOD: $method\nPARAMS: @params\n"; # create code my $code = sub { my ($self, @params) = @_; print @params, "\n"; }; $self->$code(@params); # execute for the first time # and add it to symbol table no strict 'refs'; *{$method} = $code; use strict 'refs'; } # AUTOLOAD # ------------------------------------------------------------ sub DESTROY { # don't autoload DESTROY :-) # ... } # DESTROY # ------------------------------------------------------------
Do you know how am I able to do so without turning off strict refs?

Thanks in advance,

perl -le "s==*F=e=>y~\*martinF~stronat~=>s~[^\w]~~g=>chop,print"


In reply to Adding autoloaded methods to symbol table with using strict refs by strat

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