Anyhoo, this bug report looks strangely similar ...
Argh! "It doesn't work with strict, so let's disable strict."-people. Ack! Most of the time, strict complains because you're doing something wrong, not just because it likes to complain (it does like to complain, but that is not the point).
There is one thing that I don't understand, though. The bug reporter uses XML::Parser 2.31, and so do I. But in his version, he had to add "no strict 'refs';" himself, while it was already there in mine.
Let's see... Is it in the distribution? http://search.cpan.org/src/COOPERCL/XML-Parser-2.31/Expat/Expat.pm tells me it isn't. Did Debian fix it then? Yes, Debian did do this.
/me wanders off to file a bug report to Debian...
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