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According to the docs $^S may be set inside the die() handler even if you're not inside an eval. So that's why it appears that $SIG{__DIE__} has been reset. If you put a print statement before the die() you'll see that $^S is set within the $SIG{__DIE__} handler.
# slightly revised die() handler sub die_handler { # added this line print "\$^S is set to $^S", $/; die @_ if $^S; print "ERROR: $_[0]\n (Check logs for more info)\n-----\n\n"; exit(1); } __output__ Warn before init! at line 3. WARNING: Warned at line 7. (Check logs for more info) ----- $^S is set to 1 Caught: died inside eval! $^S is set to 1 Died for real! at line 28.



In reply to Re: warn/die hook mystery by broquaint
in thread warn/die hook mystery by vladb

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