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Good point. Having a look at %INC could help:

C:\>perl -MData::Dumper -MdaTA::duMPer -E "say Dumper(\%INC)" $VAR1 = { 'daTA/' => 'C:/strawberry/perl/lib/daTA/', 'warnings/' => 'C:/strawberry/perl/lib/warnings/r', '' => 'C:/strawberry/perl/lib/', '' => 'C:/strawberry/perl/lib/', '' => 'C:/strawberry/perl/lib/', '' => 'C:/strawberry/perl/lib/', '' => 'C:/strawberry/perl/lib/', '' => 'C:/strawberry/perl/lib/', '' => 'C:/strawberry/perl/lib/', 'Data/' => 'C:/strawberry/perl/lib/Data/', '' => 'C:/strawberry/perl/lib/' }; C:\>

Sorting the %INC keys definitively helps:

C:\>perl -MData::Dumper -MdaTA::duMPer -E "say for sort { lc($a) cmp l +c($b) } keys %INC" daTA/ Data/ warnings/ C:\>

But the best way is to let perl find the problematic module name:

C:\>perl -MData::Dumper -MdaTA::duMPer -E "my %oops; $oops{lc $_}++ fo +r keys %INC; say for grep { $oops{$_}>1 } keys %oops" data/ C:\>


Today I will gladly share my knowledge and experience, for there are no sweeter words than "I told you so". ;-)

In reply to Re^2: Subroutine Time::HiRes::Time redefined ... Help by afoken
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