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Generally I would agree with you regarding using a source filter. It certainly isn't my first choice. However, it works in this case because this code is merely a very useful aid in quick debugging. It is not intended to be used for any sort of production work. As such, your interface would be good for a new Data::Dumper interface, but it does not satisfy my "quick debugging" need.

warn Dump { foo => $foo, this => \%this, array => \@array, that => \%that, }; # versus Dumper($foo, %this, @array, %that);

I certainly know which one I'd rather type :)

Side note: it's on it's way to the CPAN (with a version number that I need to fix -- darn it!), but in the interim, you download it from my site and tell me how buggy it is.

Cheers,
Ovid

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