Thanks for the input, however we're running on a Linux box, so the use command is working as expected.
Blimey, there goes the simple theory. Whatever you do, do not simply ignore these warnings! There's something really fishy going on.
As for your snippet:
use SUPPORT qw( %typeConvert %enumeratedTypes);
This should be perfectly fine. What happens is that the module, SUPPORT.pm, is loaded (thus compiled) once, but that SUPPORT->import
is called twice, once without any extra parameters, and once with those two (as strings). So this can't
trigger this warning.
I do suspect that indeed the same subs are defined twice, perhaps in different files. Scan your library file tree.
And perhaps one of the development tool modules can help analyze your compiled code. I'd try with B::Xref (call script with -MO=Xref) first.
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