for that to work as well. Cause I stuck the fatalsToBrowser in their first hoping for a decent error message - but no same error. And of course, when I put the header in their, it works, so no error at all.
"fatalsToBrowser" will only kick in in case Perl produces an error. In this case, it didn't, forgetting the header and closing off the headers, was completely your own mistake. Perl itself didn't complain, but still, the webserver wasn't happy.