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After fixing several typos ( '[' instead of '{' in two places, 'sun FETCH' instead of 'sub FETCH', a missing single quote around OVERLOAD, and a \n in single quotes instead of doubles) it ran on a Solaris 5.7 box without crashing. It printed exactly what I would expect.

Speak OverloadObj::Test=HASH(0x11c16c)

Why bother to include the code for OverloadObj.pm if you aren't going to exercise it at all? I can only suggest that you prepare your question better. Update: By forcing a call to OverloadObj::constructor, I've also managed to segfaul on Solaris 5.7. By making constructor() return a reference, I seem to have eliminated the segfault. I have to leave for a meeting though, so I'm done playing with this for now.

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In reply to Re: Perl Dead (Again). tie() Burns Corpse. Incommpotent Monk Assists Sacrilage. News At Eleven. by sauoq
in thread Perl Dead (Again). tie() Burns Corpse. Incommpotent Monk Assists Sacrilage. News At Eleven. by erikharrison

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