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Easy!

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use B::Deparse; sub get_eval_text { my $start = shift; # turn the invoking subroutine into a B::Op-derived object my ($package, $sub, $end) = (caller(1))[0, 3, 2]; my $subref = do { no strict 'refs'; *{ $package . '::' . $sub }{C +ODE} }; my $cv = B::svref_2object( $subref ); # create a B::Deparse object and give it a sub to deparse (in part +) my $deparse = B::Deparse->new(); $deparse->{curcv} = $cv; # search the optree for the first op on the eval {} line my $op = deparse_from($cv->START, $start); # and deparse from that op return $deparse->deparse($op, 0) if $op; } sub deparse_from { my ($start, $line) = @_; for (my $op = $start; $$op; $op = $op->next()) { # look for nextstate ops next unless $op->isa( 'B::COP' ); # ... specifically the one representing the start of the eval +{} next unless $op->line == $line; # then grab the sibling op in the tree: leavetry return $op->sibling; } return; } sub main { my $x = 10; my $y = 20; eval { my $x = 1; my $y = $x; die 'aaaarrrr' }; print( $@, get_eval_text( __LINE__ - 1 ) ) if $@; } main();

I haven't found a way to get rid of __LINE__ - 1 reliably, but if you're willing to add that, here you go.


In reply to Re: Any way to access the contents of a block eval? by chromatic
in thread Any way to access the contents of a block eval? by adrianh

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