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You can use Embperl::Object also offline. You can do this by calling the function Embperl::Object::Execute. Execute takes a hashref as argument, which can contains the same parameters as the Embperl::Execute function. Additionally you may specify the following parameters:

 

object_base

 

same as $ENV{EMBPERL_OBJECT_BASE}

 

object_addpath

 

same as $ENV{EMBPERL_OBJECT_ADDPATH}

 

object_stopdir

 

same as $ENV{EMBPERL_OBJECT_STOPDIR}

 

object_fallback

 

same as $ENV{EMBPERL_OBJECT_FALLBACK}

 

object_handler_class

 

same as $ENV{EMBPERL_OBJECT_HANDLER_CLASS}

See also the object and isa parameters in Embperl's Execute function, on how to setup additional inherence and how to create Perl objects out of Embperl pages.


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