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If you're looking to avoid the overhead of loading all the submodules in but still having access to the code of proper, you could consider refactoring so that the big load/export is visible as y, but the actual code of occurs in y/

Then in

require y::actual; push @ISA, 'y::actual';

This would leave with the same public interface, but give you the option of a leaner y::actual or y::tiny or y::whatever available. This will only work of course, if the code in doesn't itself depend on those submodules.

You could also look at autoloading and/or custom import subroutines

If you're just woried about namespace polution, s/use/require/

In reply to Re^3: How to declare globally visible subroutine like built-in ones ? Is it possible? by Anonymous Monk
in thread How to declare globally visible subroutine like built-in ones ? Is it possible? by bdimych

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