Hello anonymous monk.
What you report here is not consistent with what I've seen. Thread::Pool
looks like it depends on 5005threads, an old threading model that was deprecated with perl 5.8, I believe. Unfortunately, the Camel book was written for 5.6, so if you're basing your threading work on that, your code will be out of date. In fact, according to the Thread
, the Thread module was removed
from Perl in 5.10, so the module shouldn't even compile on your machine.
I don't know too much about threads, but I'm pretty sure you can find similar (if not better) facilities for your work using the new threads