Error: You have specified 'Java' as an Inline programming language. I currently only know about the following languages: C, Foo, foo ...
Is Inline::Java installed?
use Inline ( Java => 'STUDY',
STUDY => ['home.rwest.workspace....'],
AUTOSTUDY => 1,
use Inline::Java gw(caught);
There are at least two things wrong with that piece of code:
- You need to use Inline only once.
- There is a typo after Inline::Java, you want qw(), not gw().
Have a look at the documentation of Inline::Java, it's full of examples. Also look at the test scripts of Inline::Java, they show how Inline::Java is actually used.
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