You don't think I'd obfuscate the sources I planned to
distribute Edit [ work with ] do you? That'd be nuts. Anyhow, this would happen two ways - most of the time it doesn't matter that only the perl lexer/parser can completely parse perl. If the source is written correctly the first time then its trivial to do the first two of the major obfuscations - symbol renaming and text string encoding. I think that if I were serious about having "obfuscated code" I'd hack up B::Deparse (exempting BEGIN blocks which would have to be done by hand or another method) so that it did all the work for me anyhow which alleviates all the problems you've described.
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