I suspect that the OP is unmarshalling Marshalling a hash from a file. Appending a package name would seem to defeat the idea. A typeglob assignment allows both packages to share the variable name.
use strict; use warnings; BEGIN{ push @ARGV, \'$hash{key}{key}{key} = "value"' if (!@ARGV); } our %hash; my $file_name = $ARGV[0]; Some::Module::some_sub($file_name); print $hash{key}{key}{key}, "\n"; package Some::Module; sub some_sub{ our %hash; *hash = *main::hash; my $fname = shift; open my $fh, '<', $fname or die "cannot open input"; my $string = <$fh>; eval $string; my $debug = 'foo'; # Just a place for debug to stop. }
Bill

In reply to Re^2: Watch the value of hash key in perldebug by BillKSmith
in thread Watch the value of hash key in perldebug by frogsausage

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