in reply to "my" variable $self

Just a shot into the blue ... is Spiffy involved anywhere in your code? Because this adds my $self=shift; statements into the code ...

Update: Anonymous Monk answered in the meantime here, pointing back to his/her previous post. So Spiffy is involved ... it seems it doesn't play nice with perlapp ...

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Re^2: "my" variable $self
by Anonymous Monk on Nov 09, 2006 at 14:15 UTC
    Spiffy is involved...whats the suggested method to remove the use of Spiffy from the module?

      I very much doubt that you'll be able to remove Spiffy from the module. Spiffy tends to become very closely entwined with the code that uses it.

      I suggest that you report the problem to the author. Hopefully he'll then pass it on to the author of Spiffy.


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