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I'm thrilled to begin getting this... although some hours are going by...

As stand-alone code, this example produces the expected output. As a module (built with the h2xs boilerplate) make test fails with:

Tried to use 'TestOO'. # Error: Can't locate object method "new" via package "UI::Graphical" at /media/jroth/ecmd-dev/TestOO/blib/lib/ line 56.

Any ideas about this? I just pasted this stuff into the 'precompiled methods go here' indicator in the boilerplate.

Is there a reason why the children would inherit 'new' from the superclass in one context and not in another?

package UI; use Object::Tiny qw(dummy); sub hello {print "superclass hello\n"}; package UI::Graphical; @ISA = 'UI'; sub hello {print "make a window\n";} my $ui = UI->new; $ui->hello; $ui = UI::Graphical->new; $ui->hello; 1;

In reply to Re^2: Eliminating conditional code for GUI and text-mode operation by gnosti
in thread Eliminating conditional code for GUI and text-mode operation by gnosti

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