B::Debug - Walk Perl syntax tree, printing debug info about ops
perl -MO=Debug[,OPTIONS] foo.pl
See ext/B/README and the newer B::Concise, B::Terse.
With option -exec, walks tree in execute order, otherwise in basic order.
1.12 2010-02-10 rurban remove archlib installation cruft, and use the proper PM rule. By Todd Rinaldo (toddr) 1.11 2008-07-14 rurban avoid B::Flags in CORE tests not to crash on old XS in @INC 1.10 2008-06-28 rurban require 5.006; Test::More not possible in 5.00505 our => my 1.09 2008-06-18 rurban minor META.yml syntax fix 5.8.0 ending nextstate test failure: be more tolerant PREREQ_PM Test::More 1.08 2008-06-17 rurban support 5.00558 - 5.6.2 1.07 2008-06-16 rurban debug.t: fix strawberry perl quoting issue 1.06 2008-06-11 rurban added B::Flags output dual-life CPAN as B-Debug-1.06 and CORE protect scalar(@array) if tied arrays leave out FETCHSIZE 1.05_03 2008-04-16 rurban ithread fixes in B::AV B-C-1.04_?? B-C-1.04_09 2008-02-24 rurban support 5.8 (import Asmdata) 1.05_02 2008-02-21 rurban added _printop B-C-1.04_08 and CORE 1.05_01 2008-02-05 rurban 5.10 fix for op->seq B-C-1.04_04
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