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Re: Using guards for script execution?

by hakonhagland (Scribe)
on Feb 28, 2017 at 23:37 UTC ( [id://1183213]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Using guards for script execution?

See also Rescue legacy code with modulinos

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Re^2: Using guards for script execution? (no modulinos , an evil gimmick )
by Anonymous Monk on Mar 01, 2017 at 01:02 UTC

    no, don't use modulinos, they offer no benefits in perl, they're actually an evil gimmick

    scripts shouldn't pretend to be modules, scripts should use modules

    Deciding what sub/method to run based on how the "module" (scriptfile) is loaded , is about as pointless and dumb as it gets

    Make it into a real module, then change the script to use it

    use App::NowModule; App::NowModule::Main(@ARGV);

    modulino and perldoc, Re: modulino and $VERSION (all code in module , script as module )

Re^2: Using guards for script execution?
by R0b0t1 (Initiate) on Mar 03, 2017 at 14:57 UTC

    Thank you for the link. That is what I was referring to, and it links to a PerlMonks post I will follow up on. I had been trying to find where the topic had been covered before and that may be it.

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