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Well, here's an SSCCE showing chained packages, one of which is an Exporter, the other not. Compare and contrast.

#!/usr/bin/env perl use strict; use warnings; package pm::security; use Exporter; our @ISA = ('Exporter'); our @EXPORT = ('banned'); sub banned { print "Banned: @_\n"; } 1; package user; pm::security->import; # If in separate files, "use pm::security;" will + do. sub do_stuff { # We call banned without its package prepended because banned is # exported by package pm::security banned (@_); } 1; package main; # If in separate files, "use user;" here # We call do_stuff with its package prepended because do_stuff is not # exported by package user. user::do_stuff ('foo', 'bar');

If your packages behave differently then you'll have to provide a similar SSCCE displaying the precise problem in order for others to help you get to the bottom of it.

In reply to Re^3: Perl Modules by hippo
in thread Perl Modules by jamroll

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