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332869 devel/Makefile
332869 devel/p5-Sentinel
332869 devel/p5-Sentinel/Makefile
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332869 devel/p5-Sentinel/pkg-descr
332869 devel/p5-Sentinel/pkg-plist
- Add p5-Sentinel 0.05

Sentinel provides a single lvalue function, sentinel, which yields a scalar that
invoke callbacks to get or set its value. Primarily this is useful to create
lvalue object accessors or other functions, to invoke actual code when a new
value is set, rather than simply updating a scalar variable.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Sentinel/

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