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Tracking down the source of a new 5.10 warningby mpeters (Chaplain)
|on Sep 15, 2009 at 21:55 UTC
mpeters has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
I'm trying to run an existing application on 5.10 for the first time (5.10.0 for right now) and am getting a warning that is not making it easy for me to track down. Any help from the lazy web would be appreciated.
It goes like this:
I'm assuming this is pretty deep inside some dependency I'm using (of which my application probably has an old version which doesn't play nicely with 5.10). Google is no help here as it returns a lot of CPAN testers results with the same warning for various modules (http://email@example.com/msg652326.html, http://trouchelle.com/perl/ppmrepview.pl?id=33577&v=10).
My normal trick of using
to get a nice stack trace of where the warning is coming from is not actually giving me a stack trace. Anyone have any extra ideas?
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