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The key error message is: Attribute (aliases) does not pass the type constraint because: Validation failed for 'ArrayRef[Str]' with value ARRAY(0x21b92a8). Which suggests that some code somewhere is trying to set "aliases" to an arrayref, but not an arrayref of strings. The aliases stuff appears to be part of the internal sugar defined in Net::Twitter::API, so the bug is probably somewhere in Net::Twitter itself - do you have any more of the stack trace from the error message?

Net::Twitter is actually rather good in my experience, so I'd probably recommend persisting with it.

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In reply to Re^8: Net::Twitter - fatal , but no error? by tobyink
in thread Net::Twitter - fatal , but no error? by ultranerds

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