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Hi, don't have time to look into your issue but for "I'm looking for a way to wipe out my FileImporter class out of memory":

See Class::Unload:

use strict; use warnings; use feature 'say'; use Time::Piece; use Class::Unload; eval { say gmtime->datetime; 1 } or say $@; Class::Unload->unload('Time::Piece'); eval { say gmtime->datetime; 1 } or say $@; require Time::Piece; eval { say gmtime->datetime; 1 } or say $@; __END__
$ perl monks/ 2019-08-25T22:43:52 Can't locate object method "gmtime" via package "Time::Piece" at /User +s/1nickt/perl5/perlbrew/perls/perl-5.30.0/lib/5.30.0/darwin-2level/Ti +me/ line 143. 2019-08-25T22:43:52

Hope this helps!

The way forward always starts with a minimal test.

In reply to Re: How to completely destroy class attributes with Test::Most? by 1nickt
in thread How to completely destroy class attributes with Test::Most? by nysus

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