>>>>> "nathan" == nathan wagner <nw(at)hydaspes(dot)if(dot)org> writes:
nathan> Completely untested speculation based on my knowledge of perl
nathan> and a bit of reading:
nathan> The reason you can't see $a and $b is that sort internally
nathan> sets these variables in the main package. That is, sort is
nathan> setting $main::a and $main::b, and when you run the plperl
nathan> code in the safe compartment, main:: isn't visible any more.
Nice theory, but completely wrong: sort creates $a and $b in the
current package, not in main::.
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