Thanks for your interest in RPerl!
It looks like you're passing the first 3 test files, then failing on the 4th test, which is where we actually start to use RPerl data types.
Please try to run this command and post the output:
rm -Rf _Inline/; reset; perl -Ilib t/04_type_scalar.t
You may also choose to join us in #perl11 on irc.perl.org where Reini Urban, bulk88, and other RPerl people hang out. I'm not always online 24/7, but when I am online I may be able to give you somewhat faster feedback than through Perl Monks. Either way works fine for me! :-)
~ Will the Chill
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