|This is definitely related to Inline not Exporter
It's interesting that Inline::Java can have such an effect.
Try starting another perlmonks thread under a more appropriate title. That might flush out someone who has an understanding of Inline::Java (and perhaps even a solution for you.)
Also, you could try a post to the Inline mailing list
. I think the Inline::Java author is subscribed to that mailing list, but you could cc him just in case he's not. (You'll find an email address for him here
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