Ah, classic rookie mistakes :) smell so good :)
Here is a tip , development.yml contains
# auto_reload is a development and experimental feature
# you should enable it by yourself if you want it
# Module::Refresh is needed
# Be aware it's unstable and may cause a memory leak.
# DO NOT EVER USE THIS FEATURE IN PRODUCTION
# OR TINY KITTENS SHALL DIE WITH LOTS OF SUFFERING
If you saw that and said to yourself : I know how to fix it, I'll use Shotgun!
Don't! At least on win32 mingw perl v5.14.1, it works nicely to eat all memory :)
OTOH auto_reload: 1 does require manual restart after 3-6 edits , irritating :)
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