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invoking wml in current perl interpreter?

Sorry if this is a little off topic... It's marginal, but I know RSE has
already hurdled this when running each pass out of the control script.

I have a perl script that is going to do some stuff, then run wml and send
the output to the stdout. Right now it does something cheesy like "print
`wml ...`."

I'd like to speed this up somewhat by using the current perl interpreter.
It's the last thing the script does, so I don't even need to worry about
trashing anything in the variable namespaces...

I tried reading the source but wasn't sure what I was looking for in the
first place. =)


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