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That is what I think the issue is

The code appears to work as a whole, under mod_perl, but it's failing the unit tests (that have finally been added to the code recently :)

What I'm trying to work out is what exactly would cause the wiping out of the @EXPORT_OK. I thought that was scoped to the current package? Or is the error indicative of another issue?

I really don't want to have to comb through the entire code base, if avoidable. On a hunch, I tried to switch @EXPORT_OK to @EXPORT, but that doesn't appear to have done anything = though mayne I need to look in the spiderweb of module includes and tweak all instances for it to work?

In reply to Re^2: Chasing up a module dependency issue by cLive ;-)
in thread Chasing up a module dependency issue by cLive ;-)

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