forkdeath wrote on Thu Aug 9 16:20:34 MEST 2007:
Note the below code. use lib ("../../data/chgmgmt"); use cm; ... main::create_cm_header($breadcrumbs); // cannot code jump When I hold down the crtl key and click create_cm_header the editor does not jump to the referenced method. If I remove 'main::' the code jump works fine. It jumps to the method within the cm module. create_cm_header($breadcrumbs); // can code jump I inherited a lot of code that has this in it. Is there a way to get EPIC to jump correctly without modifying all the files? The code does execute correctly. Thanks for any help! John Hayles
jploski wrote on Thu Aug 9 16:51:22 MEST 2007:
Are you saying that the module 'cm' defines a subroutine 'create_cm_header' which belongs to the 'main' package (rather than to the 'cm' package)?
forkdeath wrote on Thu Aug 9 20:26:26 MEST 2007:
All the subroutines are exported by default, so that loads them into the â€˜mainâ€™ memory space. â€˜mainâ€™ is the default space. The cm.pm module is using @EXPORT as opposed to @EXPORT_OK. So by using @EXPORT = qw(create_cm_header), create_cm_header is automatically loaded into main.
jploski wrote on Thu Aug 9 21:37:47 MEST 2007:
I created a bug report for this (already fixed): http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1771183&group_id=75859&atid=545274
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