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Somewhere, the wrong version of List::Util gets picked up. Maybe there is 1.38 somewhere in @INC and the 1.49 does not get picked up because file system permissions prohibit it.

I recommend trying a simpler approach by reducing the problem and eliminating Mojolicious and Moose and instead running a simple program to find out which file gets loaded and expanding from there until you locate the actual problem. Start out with something like:

#!perl -w use strict; use List::Util; use Data::Dumper; warn List::Util->VERSION; warn $INC{ "List/Util.pm" }; warn Dumper \%INC; warn Dumper \@INC; warn "Perl $^W"; warn "Perl Version $]";

This should point you to the 1.38 version. If it outputs the 1.49 version, then something else updates @INC, or your code is run by a version of Perl that you did not install 1.49 into. Check and correct until you have found the difference between your program, your expectation and the Mojolicious program.


In reply to Re: Mojolicious fails to respect @INC by Corion
in thread Mojolicious fails to respect @INC by hesco

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