liblexical-var-perl binary package in Ubuntu Bionic ppc64el

 Lexical::Var implements lexical scoping of subroutines. Although it can be
 used directly, it is mainly intended to be infrastructure for modules that
 manage namespaces.
 This module influences the meaning of single-part subroutine names that
 appear directly in code, such as "&foo" and "foo(123)". Normally, in the
 absence of any particular declaration, these would refer to the subroutine of
 that name located in the current package. A Lexical::Sub declaration can
 change this to refer to any particular subroutine, bypassing the package
 system entirely. A subroutine name that includes an explicit package part,
 such as "&main::foo", always refers to the subroutine in the specified
 package, and is unaffected by this module. A symbolic reference through a
 string value, such as "&{'foo'}", also looks in the package system, and so is
 unaffected by this module.
 The types of name that can be influenced are scalar ("$foo"), array
 ("@foo"), hash ("%foo"), subroutine ("&foo"), and glob ("*foo").

Publishing history

Date Status Target Pocket Component Section Priority Phased updates Version
  2017-10-24 21:55:24 UTC Published Ubuntu Bionic ppc64el release universe perl Optional 0.009-3build3
  • Published on 2017-10-24
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