|> Unless Windows, most of the rest of the world of automation is case-sensitive
maybe it's relevant here to remark that use on WIN will show a split personality.
the require will be case insensitive but the import will fail, because the latter expects a case sensitive package name
this will lead to somehow schizophrenic error conditions.
C:\tmp\pm>perl -MData::Dumper -we"print Dumper [1..3]" # Correct C
+asing, NO Problems
$VAR1 = [
C:\tmp\pm>perl -MdAtA::DuMpER -we1 # NO Error
+Msg on Win
C:\tmp\pm>perl -MdAtA::DuMpER -we"print Dumper [1..3]" # BUT won't
Name "main::Dumper" used only once: possible typo at -e line 1.
print() on unopened filehandle Dumper at -e line 1.
C:\tmp\pm>perl -MdAtA::DuMpER::FAKE -we1 # What we r
+eally expected ...
Can't locate dAtA/DuMpER/FAKE.pm in @INC (you may need to install the
+dAtA::DuMpER::FAKE module) ...
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