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One common scenario is that some object goes out of scope and you expect it to be destroyed, but there are still references to it that keep it from being garbage collected.
This module can output a tree containing a list of variables that point to a given value, along with some context about them, such as their scope and where they are.
FindRef(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation FindRef(3pm) NAME Devel::FindRef - where is that reference to my variable hiding? SYNOPSIS use Devel::FindRef; print Devel::FindRef::track \$some_variable; DESCRIPTION Tracking down reference problems (e.g. you expect some object to be destroyed, but there are still references to it that more»
libdevel-findref-perl (1.422-1+b2) sid; urgency=low * Binary-only non-maintainer upload for kfreebsd-amd64; no source changes. * Rebuild against perl 5.14 -- kfreebsd-amd64 Build Daemon (fano) <email@example.com> Tue, 15 Nov 2011 03:38:57 +0000 libdevel-findref-perl (1.422-1) unstable; urgency=low [ Jonathan Yu ] * Updated watch to mangle the version proper more»
Revision history for Perl extension Devel::FindRef TODO: unwrap the save stack to find mortalised scalars (too version dependent). TODO: hash keys containing \x00 do not display properly. TODO: get the stack of non-running coroutines? 1.422 Sun Aug 30 16:33:24 CEST 2009 - more of the same changes as in 1.422. - rely on common::sense. 1.421 Fri Aug 28 22:25:57 CEST 2009 - tweaked lexic more»
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