It's hard. I've tried. The best option I've found that doesn't involve mucking about in perlguts
, interpreting PP code, and trying to recreate stashes and the like, is to keep around the text of an eval
()d sub, or make a string that contains code to recreate the reference.
There are rumblings that The Damian is working on something to allow Data::Dumper to dump code references, and the same sort of technology will be much easier to attach to Storable. For now... good luck.
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