Your code doesn't run. I made it run by removing the subroutine declaration and it ran with no errors. I'm on Perl 5.12, so I had to change that line, and SP2. I suspect the problem is in the code you haven't quoted. I see references in your errors to "Lite.pm line 216", which may or may not be among the lines you have given us, but it doesn't matter as the actual call may involve some parameters which aren't mentioned in the code you give us.
Please try to cut your code down to the absolute minimum that demonstrates the problem (is "use 5.014" really necessary, for example? Strict & Warnings certainly are, but you have a lot of modules that I can't see being used in the given code) and check that it gives an error message on your machine. Then we will have a better chance of helping you.
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