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It's not specific to the openSUSE package, though. The same error occurs when installing from the CPAN.

I tried to reinstall the Unicode::UCD module, but then CPAN seems to want to install Perl 5.17.4 as well. I agree that the latest version of Perl may solve this and other issues, but I feel as if that is just avoiding this situation, allowing it to happen again in the future. Besides, replacing the system Perl is never a good idea.
MSWin32 with 5.12.3 does not seem to have this issue.

I am reluctant to just use PerlBrew to do this, as I'd have to reinstall most of the modules(and Catalyst seems to depend on half of CPAN, or it feels like that anyways) which took a long, long time.

Does anyone have any other ideas on what to do?
Many thanks :-)

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In reply to Re^2: DBIx::Class::Schema::Loader "compilation failed" by thomas895
in thread DBIx::Class::Schema::Loader "compilation failed" by thomas895

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