It was a case of subconsciously expecting DWIM, and since it passed my 100%-coverage tests with 32bit perl, I thought it did DWIM
Yes, I saw the %a soon after releasing that project... defonitely a welcome addition. Some day, I might have my module use the builtin on modern perls, but I'll have to see whether it has all the features I want...
In reply to Re^2: Lesson Learned: not all 32b perls are created equal
in thread Lesson Learned: not all 32b perls are created equal by pryrt
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