|This may be possible. I'm not certain whether the difference in visibility of lexicals between 5.6.1 and 5.8 is a bug or not... need to spend some time looking at the code ;-)
I just read in the perldelta,
Attributes for my variables now handled at run-time.
The my EXPR : ATTRS syntax now applies variable attributes at run-time. (Subroutine and our variables still get attributes applied at compile-time.) See attributes for additional details. In particular, however, this allows variable attributes to be useful for tie interfaces, which was a deficiency of earlier releases. Note that the new semantics doesn't work with the Attribute::Handlers module (as of version 0.76).
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