Persistent lexical variable values for arbitrary calls

Edit Package perl-Lexical-Persistence

Lexical::Persistence does a few things, all related. Note that all the
behaviors listed here are the defaults. Subclasses can override nearly every
aspect of Lexical::Persistence's behavior.

Lexical::Persistence lets your code access persistent data through lexical
variables. This example prints "some value" because the value of $x perists in
the $lp object between setter() and getter().

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