package # hide me from PAUSE
use 5.008;
use strict;
use IO::Handle;
our $VERSION = "1.20";

# The following bit of eval-magic is necessary to make this work on
# perls < 5.009005.
use vars qw/$AttrList/;
  if ($] > 5.009004) {
    eval <<'NEWERPERL';
use 5.009005; # due to new regexp features
# allow checking for valid ': attrlist' attachments
# see also AutoSplit
$AttrList = qr{
    \s* : \s*
	# one attribute
	(?> # no backtrack
	    (?! \d) \w+
	    (?<nested> \( (?: [^()]++ | (?&nested)++ )*+ \) ) ?
	(?: \s* : \s* | \s+ (?! :) )

  else {
    eval <<'OLDERPERL';
# allow checking for valid ': attrlist' attachments
# (we use 'our' rather than 'my' here, due to the rather complex and buggy
# behaviour of lexicals with qr// and (??{$lex}) )
our $nested;
$nested = qr{ \( (?: (?> [^()]+ ) | (??{ $nested }) )* \) }x;
our $one_attr = qr{ (?> (?! \d) \w+ (?:$nested)? ) (?:\s*\:\s*|\s+(?!\:)) }x;
$AttrList = qr{ \s* : \s* (?: $one_attr )* }x;
use Exporter;
our @ISA = qw(Exporter);
sub Version {$VERSION}
sub DEBUG () { 0 }

our %Cache;      # private cache for all SelfLoader's client packages

# in croak and carp, protect $@ from "require Carp;" RT #40216

sub croak { { local $@; require Carp; } goto &Carp::croak }
sub carp { { local $@; require Carp; } goto &Carp::carp }

    our $AUTOLOAD;
    print STDERR "SelfLoader::AUTOLOAD for $AUTOLOAD\n" if DEBUG;
    my $SL_code = $Cache{$AUTOLOAD};
    my $save = $@; # evals in both AUTOLOAD and _load_stubs can corrupt $@
    unless ($SL_code) {
        # Maybe this pack had stubs before __DATA__, and never initialized.
        # Or, this maybe an automatic DESTROY method call when none exists.
        $AUTOLOAD =~ m/^(.*)::/;
        SelfLoader->_load_stubs($1) unless exists $Cache{"${1}::<DATA"};
        $SL_code = $Cache{$AUTOLOAD};
        $SL_code = "sub $AUTOLOAD { }"
            if (!$SL_code and $AUTOLOAD =~ m/::DESTROY$/);
        croak "Undefined subroutine $AUTOLOAD" unless $SL_code;
    print STDERR "SelfLoader::AUTOLOAD eval: $SL_code\n" if DEBUG;

	no strict;
	eval $SL_code;
    if ($@) {
        $@ =~ s/ at .*\n//;
        croak $@;
    $@ = $save;
    defined(&$AUTOLOAD) || die "SelfLoader inconsistency error";
    goto &$AUTOLOAD

sub load_stubs { shift->_load_stubs((caller)[0]) }

sub _load_stubs {
    # $endlines is used by Devel::SelfStubber to capture lines after __END__
    my($self, $callpack, $endlines) = @_;
    no strict "refs";
    my $fh = \*{"${callpack}::DATA"};
    use strict;
    my $currpack = $callpack;
    my($line, $name, @lines, @stubs, $prototype);

    print STDERR "SelfLoader::load_stubs($callpack)\n" if DEBUG;
    croak("$callpack doesn't contain an __DATA__ token")
        unless defined fileno($fh);
    # Protect: fork() shares the file pointer between the parent and the kid
    if(sysseek($fh, tell($fh), 0)) {
      open my $nfh, '<&', $fh or croak "reopen: $!";# dup() the fd
      close $fh or die "close: $!";                 # autocloses, but be paranoid
      open $fh, '<&', $nfh or croak "reopen2: $!";  # dup() the fd "back"
      close $nfh or die "close after reopen: $!";   # autocloses, but be paranoid
    $Cache{"${currpack}::<DATA"} = 1;   # indicate package is cached

    local($/) = "\n";
    while(defined($line = <$fh>) and $line !~ m/^__END__/) {
	if ($line =~ m/^\s*sub\s+([\w:]+)\s*((?:\([\\\$\@\%\&\*\;]*\))?(?:$AttrList)?)/) {
		 $self->_add_to_cache($name, $currpack, \@lines, $prototype));
            $prototype = $2;
            @lines = ($line);
            if (index($1,'::') == -1) {         # simple sub name
                $name = "${currpack}::$1";
            } else {                            # sub name with package
                $name = $1;
                $name =~ m/^(.*)::/;
                if (defined(&{"${1}::AUTOLOAD"})) {
                    \&{"${1}::AUTOLOAD"} == \&SelfLoader::AUTOLOAD ||
                        die 'SelfLoader Error: attempt to specify Selfloading',
                            " sub $name in non-selfloading module $1";
                } else {
        } elsif ($line =~ m/^package\s+([\w:]+)/) { # A package declared
		 $self->_add_to_cache($name, $currpack, \@lines, $prototype));
            $name = '';
            @lines = ();
            $currpack = $1;
            $Cache{"${currpack}::<DATA"} = 1;   # indicate package is cached
            if (defined(&{"${1}::AUTOLOAD"})) {
                \&{"${1}::AUTOLOAD"} == \&SelfLoader::AUTOLOAD ||
                    die 'SelfLoader Error: attempt to specify Selfloading',
                        " package $currpack which already has AUTOLOAD";
            } else {
        } else {
    if (defined($line) && $line =~ /^__END__/) { # __END__
        unless ($line =~ /^__END__\s*DATA/) {
            if ($endlines) {
                # Devel::SelfStubber would like us to capture the lines after
                # __END__ so it can write out the entire file
                @$endlines = <$fh>;
	 $self->_add_to_cache($name, $currpack, \@lines, $prototype));
    no strict;
    eval join('', @stubs) if @stubs;

sub _add_to_cache {
    my($self, $funcname, $pack, $lines, $prototype) = @_;
    return () unless $funcname;
    carp("Redefining sub $funcname") if exists $Cache{$funcname};
    my $header = qq(\n\#line 1 "sub $funcname"\npackage $pack; );
    $Cache{$funcname} = join('', $header, @$lines);
    print STDERR "SelfLoader cached $funcname: $Cache{$funcname}" if DEBUG;
    # return stub to be eval'd
    defined($prototype) ? "sub $funcname $prototype;" : "sub $funcname;"

sub _package_defined {}



This is a debuggable replacement for the core module C<SelfLoader>.
See L<SelfLoader> for full details.


This package has been part of the perl core since the first release
of perl5. It has been released separately to CPAN so older installations
can benefit from bug fixes.

This package has the same copyright and license as the perl core:

             Copyright (C) 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999,
        2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 by Larry Wall and others

			    All rights reserved.

    This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
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	Software Foundation; either version 1, or (at your option) any
	later version, or

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    may sell such an object file as proprietary provided that you provide
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