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I think thats pretty close to what I described here

But I'd require inside a BEGIN block or just use use to make sure that non method calls without parens work and other side effects where timing matters.

The other point is namespace pollution, one might not want such partial "split-modules" to show up in the normal @INC.

My approach was to add underscores to package names and having a dedicated extra load path.

Cheers Rolf
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In reply to Re^2: Breaking up a big module by LanX
in thread Breaking up a big module by talexb

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