First Class try catch Semantics for Perl

This module aims to provide a nicer syntax and method to catch errors in
Perl, similar to what is found in other languages (such as Java, Python or
C++). The standard method of using "eval {}; if ($@) {}" is often prone to
subtle bugs, primarily that its far too easy to stomp on the error in
error handlers. And also eval/if isn't the nicest idiom.

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