These days everything has modules. Mountains of modules. Oceans of modules. I have so many installed here that i can hardly keep track of them, however this one infolves a seemingly widely used one, which shall remain nameless for the time being due to the fact that it has no bearing on the situation. Runtime error on a perl src requiring the module.
--- Begin auctual error message ---
Can't modify subroutine entry in scalar assignment at D:\Path\to\another\useless.pm line 3, near ");"
--- End auctual error message ---
Now, line 3 in the program states the following:
our(@ISA, %EXPORT_TAGS, @EXPORT_OK, $AUTOLOAD) = ();
Now, is line 3 the problem? or is this a problem elsewhere?
Thanks for the help.
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