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Well first I got
> cnvWav2Flac Undefined subroutine &Debug::module_notational_filename called at /Aud +io/scripts/cnvWav2Flac line 85. Debug::BEGIN() called at /Audio/scripts/cnvWav2Flac line 85 eval {...} called at /Audio/scripts/cnvWav2Flac line 85 BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /Audio/scripts/cnvWav2Flac line 8 +5.
Then reading manpage, it appeared, I needed to specifically include it... however, in doing so:
> cnvWav2Flac "module_notational_filename" is not exported by the Module::Runtime mo +dule Can't continue after import errors at /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.14.2/ +Module/Runtime.pm line 154. Module::Runtime::import('Module::Runtime', 'module_notational_ +filename') called at /Audio/scripts/cnvWav2Flac line 5 main::BEGIN() called at /Audio/scripts/cnvWav2Flac line 5 eval {...} called at /Audio/scripts/cnvWav2Flac line 5 BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /Audio/scripts/cnvWav2Flac line 5 +.> cnvWav2Flac "module_notational_filename" is not exported by the Module::Runtime mo +dule Can't continue after import errors at /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.14.2/ +Module/Runtime.pm line 154. Module::Runtime::import('Module::Runtime', 'module_notational_ +filename') called at /Audio/scripts/cnvWav2Flac line 5 main::BEGIN() called at /Audio/scripts/cnvWav2Flac line 5 eval {...} called at /Audio/scripts/cnvWav2Flac line 5 BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /Audio/scripts/cnvWav2Flac line 5 +.
I didn't have Module::Runtime, so it was just loaded and installed from CPAN. Am I doing something wrong, or is this a bug in the module meant to work around various bugs?

Reading the manpage, several bugs that I didn't know about, but that might explain why various programs have been breaking at each upgrade as things are 'fixed'... lexical leaks and such that I didn't know about might have caused things to work earlier, but cause failure once fixed.

Not sure -- speculation -- I have about 10 progs or so, I've encountered so far that have stopped working as I upgraded from 5.10->12->14, actually 1 of those broke from 5.8->5.9, but given the fast pace of updates, I didn't get 12 installed until 14 was out. So I have several programs that are broken now, and are on a 'to be looked at' queue, as time allows competing with current priorities....*sigh*..


In reply to Re^5: can't import using exporter by perl-diddler
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