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Re: Perl5.7.0 "overload" of %{}

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From:
Jarkko Hietaniemi
Date:
September 2, 2000 09:14
Subject:
Re: Perl5.7.0 "overload" of %{}
Message ID:
20000902111404.A4242@chaos.wustl.edu
On Sat, Sep 02, 2000 at 02:05:55PM +0000, Nick Ing-Simmons wrote:
> 
> Continuing my testing of 5.7.0 I just tried a day-job OO + overload
> app. 
> 
> It uses overload to build "parse trees" - Damian knows what I mean.
> 
> It exploded in deep recursion because the 'nomethod' overload
> was triggered for %{}. 

When has this change happened?  I see no discussion on p5p,
and only these changes this year to lib/overload.pm:

Change 6971 on 2000/09/01 by jhi@alpha 'Add the overload warnings to pe'
Change 6970 on 2000/09/01 by jhi@alpha 'Subject: RE: [PATCH lib/overloa'
Change 6969 on 2000/09/01 by jhi@alpha 'Subject: [PATCH lib/overload.pm'
Change 6860 on 2000/08/28 by jhi@alpha 'Subject: [PATCH@6855] _Minor_ c'
Change 5527 on 2000/03/04 by gsar@auger 'make hints available via global'
Change 5507 on 2000/03/04 by gsar@auger 'more whitespace removal (from M'

The first three are argument checking of overload::constant, the
fourth one is a doc patch, the fifth and sixth are code beautification.
The gv.c which handles the guts implementation hasn't been changed
around nomethod for a long time, either...

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        # It is 'dead'. -- Jack Cohen

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