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Joyously, most of the modules required for LexAlias, and perhaps LexAlias itself, need patching to work on threaded Perl, so I'm afraid my investigations have been put on hold for a bit. The relevant authors are onto it though, so I expect things will be hunky dory LexAlias wise by the end of the week =)

So, anyone for Poker?

Yes, I could go and compile myself a non-threading Perl, but I'm on a P120 and it would take about the same time as for the new versions of PadWalker, Devel::Caller and so on to come out =)

-- Iain, aka Koschei.

In reply to Re: Re: runtime variables and runtime attributes. by Koschei
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