Yep, I think you are right, this appears to be a bug in PerlApp. It feels like I'm doing something wrong, since if I go back to an older version of my script it works as expected. I am using #!/usr/bin/perl -w
and use strict
and I get no complaints from the Perl interpreter with either script. I don't think there's anything "wrong" with my script (other than it's about 1200 lines long, ouch), but PerlApp does not like it. I guess I'll just continue to use -b, as that appears to work. How bazaah, how bazaah. Thanks for the suggestions.
$camel = $hump