I seldom try to break a perl module into parts because it is too big. But, I am trying to produce my first (family) of Perl modules as part of a bigger project to release to CPAN.
I am trying to break up the code into logical chunks. The two main interface modules are Moose. The other modules are mostly not Moose. I am working with Akima interpolants.
If I do
I get an error that it can't find _horner.
If I do
It finds the _horner function. Both versions have use Exporter.
I think I have all the other necessary changes accounted for. I know that there are Perl changes queued up from Debian, but updating packaged in the middle of a debug usually doesn't bring much joy.
What am I doing wrong?
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