I have a very strange (at least for me) problem with OO Perl. I have following hierarchy of classes:
Class A is base class, class B is a child of A, class C is child of B. Each class has its own list of fields which should be merged in case of object C. It works fine but in one case (it's application specific case, so, I cannot put there the code) when object C is created only its fields are in the %FIELDS.
Does somebody has some idea why it happens?
Thanks in advance.
Michael Stepanov aka nite_man
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