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Well, everything is possible with a source filter :) (Sorry, only solution I could think of.)

package DynPackage; use Filter::Simple; use Text::Balanced qw/ extract_bracketed /; FILTER_ONLY code => sub { 1 while s/\bdyn_package \s+ ([^\n]+?) \s+ (\{.+)$ / do { my ($pkgcode, $stuff) = ($1,$2); my ($code, $rest) = extract_bracketed($stuff,'{}') +; qq| { \$DynPackage::pkg = $pkgcode; eval "package \$DynPackage::pkg;" . <<' DYNPACKAGE_AUTOBLOCK'; $code DYNPACKAGE_AUTOBLOCK } $rest |; } /xes }, # FOR DEBUGGING: # all => sub { print } ; 1;

Later on...

use DynPackage; foreach my $block ($self->get_blocks) { dyn_package $block->package { $block->setup->(); $block->code->(); $block->teardown->(); }; $self->_croak($@) if $@; }

Good Day,

In reply to Re: Dynamically Changing Packages w/out Eval by duelafn
in thread Dynamically Changing Packages w/out Eval by Ovid

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