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Why did you not look at "line 193" of "/usr/share­/perl5/JSO­N/RPC/Clie­nt.pm" ? Wouldn't that be the first logical thing to do?

I went to search.cpan.org and searched for that module, JSON::RPC::Client, clicked the "Source" link, pasted that into my editor, and jumped to line 193.

I don't know if this is the same version of the module that you are using, but getting that error at that line appears to make sense:

sub new { my ($class, $obj, $json) = @_; my $content = ( $json || JSON->new->utf8 )->decode( $obj->content +); my $self = bless { jsontext => $obj->content, content => $content, }, $class; $content->{error} ? $self->is_success(0) : $self->is_success(1); # ^line 193 $content->{version} ? $self->version(1.1) : $self->version(0) ; $self; }

I'll give you a chance to diagnose the problem from there. It doesn't appear particularly difficult to me.

- tye        


In reply to Re: JSON::RPC::Client Not a HASH reference Error (the source) by tye
in thread JSON::RPC::Client Not a HASH reference Error by gpost

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