libperl-destruct-level-perl 0.02-2build8 source package in Ubuntu


libperl-destruct-level-perl (0.02-2build8) jammy; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild for the perl update.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Sun, 06 Feb 2022 13:45:53 +0100

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libperl-destruct-level-perl: Perl module to change Perl's destruction level

 Perl::Destruct::Level is an interface allowing one to change Perl's internal
 destruction level. While this functionality is available through the
 PERL_DESTRUCT_LEVEL environment variable when perl is compiled with debug
 support, this module provides it for perls without -DDEBUGGING.
 The default value of the destruct level is 0; it means that perl won't bother
 destroying all its internal data structures, but let the OS do the cleanup
 for it at exit.
 Relevant values recognized by perl are 1 and 2. Consult your source code to
 know exactly what they mean. Note that some embedded environments might
 extend the meaning of the destruction level for their own purposes: mod_perl
 does that, for example.

libperl-destruct-level-perl-dbgsym: debug symbols for libperl-destruct-level-perl