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The "load" pragma combines the best of both worlds from AutoLoader and SelfLoader. And adds some more features.
In a situation where you want to use as little memory as possible, the "load" pragma (in the context of a module) is a drop-in replacement for AutoLoader. But for situations where you want to have a module load everything it could ever possibly need (e.g. when starting a mod_perl server in pre-fork mode), the "load" pragma can be used (in the context of an application) to have all subroutines of a module loaded without having to make any change to the source of the module in question.
README for load The load.pm allows you to have Perl load subroutines only when necessary. It is primarily intended as a memory saving action, specifically for threaded Perl and mod_perl applications, but maybe useful in more traditional Perl applications as well. Copyright (c) 2002-2007 Elizabeth Mattijsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribut more»
load(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation load(3pm) NAME load - control when subroutines will be loaded SYNOPSIS use load; # default, same as 'autoload' use load 'autoload'; # export AUTOLOAD handler to this namespace use load 'ondemand'; # load subroutines after __END__ when requested, default use load 'now'; # loa more»
libload-perl (0.19-1) unstable; urgency=low * Initial Release. (Closes: #501716) -- Matt Zagrabelny <email@example.com> Fri, 10 Apr 2009 10:55:52 -0500
0.19 24 April 2007 Fixed problem in test-suite that was long overseen because it would work ok if more»
Use the <DATA> handle if there is one available. Use a source-filter to implement a ":ondemand" att more»
Format-Specification: http://wiki.debian.org/Proposals/CopyrightFormat?action=recall&rev=196 Upstrea more»