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It's the $false playing tricks again.

Yeah. Evaling a conditional on an undefined variable in the absence of strict, is a weird way to test if something is allowed under strict.


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Re^6: Removing CODE slot in typeglob / Reversing "use subs ...;"
by lodin (Hermit) on Jan 03, 2008 at 19:24 UTC

    Doh!

    I'm so used to strict I didn't even think about that it's strict that makes barewords fatal. The root node is updated to have a (hopefully) correct test.

    No code is too short for strict ...

    lodin