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Nice. A sub wrapping open before overriding is missing... and for close. Combining your and my approach:

At toplevel:

use Hash::Util::FieldHash qw(id_2obj); my %fd; BEGIN{ Hash::Util::FieldHash::fieldhash %fd; my $open = sub { @_ > 2 ? open $_[0],$_[1],$_[2] : open $_[0], $_[1]; }; my $close = sub { close $_[0] }; *CORE::GLOBAL::open = sub { my $result = $open->(@_); if ($result) { $fd{$_[0]} = join " ",@_[1,2],caller; } $result; }; *CORE::GLOBAL::close = sub { my $result = $close->(@_); if ($result) { $fd{$_[0]} .= " (closed)"; } else { $fd{$_[0]} .= " (close failed)"; } $result; }; } open my $devnull, '>/dev/null' or die; { open my $fh, '>', "blorfldyick" or die; print $fh "foo!\n" or die; print "(1) ", id_2obj($_), " => $fd{$_}\n" for keys %fd; close $fh; print "after close\n"; print "(2) ", id_2obj($_), " => $fd{$_}\n" for keys %fd; } print "after scope:\n"; print "(3) ", id_2obj($_), " => $fd{$_}\n" for keys %fd; open my $devzero, '<', '/dev/zero' or die; # time passes... print "later:\n"; print "(4) ", id_2obj($_), " => $fd{$_}\n" for keys %fd; __END__ (1) GLOB(0xb22190) => >/dev/null main 29 (1) GLOB(0xb63780) => > blorfldyick main 32 after close (2) GLOB(0xb22190) => >/dev/null main 29 (2) GLOB(0xb63780) => > blorfldyick main 32 (closed) after scope: (3) GLOB(0xb22190) => >/dev/null main 29 later: (4) GLOB(0xb363b8) => < /dev/zero main 42 (4) GLOB(0xb22190) => >/dev/null main 29

Combine with Time::HiRes and you can sort the history.

update: done, made into a package.

perl -le'print map{pack c,($-++?1:13)+ord}split//,ESEL'

In reply to Re^2: A way to report open file handles a Perl script has open? -- using ${^LAST_FH} ? by shmem
in thread A way to report open file handles a Perl script has open? by nysus

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