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You're using "DataFromFile" as type in your attribute declaration. You should specify it without the quotes, since your type library will export those as symbols.

You have a comment there saying "won't compile without the quotes," but that should work if you're using commata instead of the arrow.

Also, you don't need to check that your subclass of ArrayRef is an array reference, the Moose type system will do that.


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