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I just found a way to reproduce it on one of my Linux boxes. The fail stems from upgrading SQL::Statement from version 1.33 to 1.401 in this combo:

# Using DBI version 1.616 # Using DBD::File version 0.40 # Using SQL::Statement version 1.401 # Using Text::CSV_XS version 0.94 # DBD::CSV 0.36 using Text::CSV_XS (0.94) # DBD::File 0.40 using IO::File (1.14) # DBI::DBD::SqlEngine 0.03 using SQL::Statement 1.401 # DBI 1.616 # OS linux ( # Perl 5.012002 (x86_64-linux-ld)

I started with 5.12.2, as that was one of the reports that CPANTESTERS was kindly showing me and I had available. I am now talking to the author of SQL::Statement to find the cause and a solution :)

Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

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