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Information for perl:sub-uplevel

Versions

  • 0.2800+perl5.28
  • 0.2800 (25)
  • 0.2600
  • 0.2500
  • 0.2400
  • 0.2200
  • 0.2002
  • 0.280.0 (4)
  • 0.250.0
  • 0.240.0 (2)
  • 0.28
  • 0.25+perl5.28
  • 0.25 (2)
  • 0.24 (3)

Package names

  • Sub-Uplevel (4)
  • libsub-uplevel-perl
  • p5-Sub-Uplevel (3)
  • p5-sub-uplevel
  • p5.28-sub-uplevel
  • p5.30-sub-uplevel
  • p5.32-sub-uplevel
  • p5.34-sub-uplevel
  • perl-Sub-Uplevel (15)
  • perl-sub-uplevel (8)
  • perl5.30.3-Sub-Uplevel
  • perl5.32.1-Sub-Uplevel
  • perl5.34.0-Sub-Uplevel
  • perl5.34.1-Sub-Uplevel

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Categories

  • Development/Libraries (2)
  • Development/Libraries/Perl (2)
  • Development/Perl (6)
  • Perl
  • Unspecified (2)
  • dev-perl (2)
  • devel (3)
  • lang
  • library
  • main
  • misc
  • perl (5)
  • perl530Packages
  • perl532Packages
  • perl534Packages
  • programming.perl
  • universe/perl

Licenses

  • Artistic
  • Artistic GPL
  • Artistic-1
  • Artistic-1.0
  • Artistic-1.0-Perl (2)
  • GPL (4)
  • GPL or Artistic
  • GPL+ or Artistic (4)
  • GPL-1.0+ or Artistic-1.0
  • GPL-1.0-or-later (2)
  • GPL-1.0-or-later OR Artistic-1.0
  • GPL-2.0-only OR Artistic-1.0-Perl
  • GPLv2+ or Artistic
  • PerlArtistic
  • artistic
  • gpl
  • perl_5
  • || ( Artistic GPL-1+ )

Summaries

  • Apparently run a function in a higher stack frame (11)
  • Appear to run a function in a higher stack frame
  • Module to apparently run a function in a higher stack frame
  • Perl - Apparently run a function in a higher stack frame
  • Perl distribution Sub-Uplevel
  • Perl library for manipulating frame stack
  • Perl module to apparently run a function in a higher stack frame
  • Perl module to apparently run a function in a higher stack frame (documentation)
  • Run a function in a higher stack frame
  • Run function in a higher stack frame (5.32)
  • Sub::Uplevel - Apparently run a function in a higher stack frame
  • Sub::Uplevel - apparently run a function in a higher stack frame (4)
  • apparently run a function in a higher stack frame (5)

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