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It looks like $data is undefined.

#!/bin/env perl use strict; use warnings; use XML::Simple; # From my $data = { 'logdir' => '/var/log/foo/', 'debugfile' => '/tmp/foo.debug', 'server' => { 'sahara' => { 'osversion' => '2.6', 'osname' => 'solaris', 'address' => [ '', '' ] }, 'gobi' => { 'osversion' => '6.5', 'osname' => 'irix', 'address' => [ '' ] }, 'kalahari' => { 'osversion' => '2.0.34', 'osname' => 'linux', 'address' => [ '', '' ] } } }; print "XMLout with data defined:\n\n", xml_out($data), "\n\n"; #print "XMLout with data undefined:\n\n", xml_out(undef), "\n\n"; sub xml_out { my $data = shift; my $xmlout = XMLout($data, NoAttr => 1, RootName => undef, SuppressE +mpty => 0); return '<xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8">' . "\n$xmlout</xml>"; }

Running this produces no warning but if you uncomment the second print it does.

In reply to Re: "no warnings 'uninitialized'" failing by Mr. Muskrat
in thread "no warnings 'uninitialized'" failing by jest

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