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Jul 20, 2023
Create your own Perl op trees
Malcolm Beattie’s B module allows you to examine the Perl op tree at runtime, in Perl space; it’s the basis of the Perl compiler. But what it doesn’t let you do is manipulate that op tree it won’t let you create new ops, or modify old ones. Now you can.
Well, if you’re intimately familiar with Perl’s internals, you can.
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