For example, let’s say you dynamically make a module
module Foo nothing_here_yet = true end
Is it worthwhile to put an invokelatest try-catch to avoid world_age bugs, while still keeping most of the speed?
try Foo.eval(cur_import) catch Base.invokelatest( Foo.eval, cur_import ) end
// one related questions might be: how much does a try-catch loop hurt you (performance-wise)?
edit: more specifically, if the catch part never gets touched