esharris wrote on Wed Nov 14 22:36:34 CET 2007:
After a small hiatus, I'm back writing Perl programs and using Object::InsideOut (from CPAN). I am also experimenting with using Eclipse (with the EPIC plug-in) as a Perl IDE. When I run a specific Perl script (that uses Object::InsideOut) from within Eclipse, the IDE freezes. However, the scripts appears to run from the OS command line. If I load Eclipse and look at the package window tree hierarchy, there appears to be problem under epic_links. Here, there is a subfolder (1194631772531) containing an InsideOut subfolder containing InsideOut.pm. When I load the InsideOut.pm module into the editor, there appears to be a problem on line 706. Error: Undefined subroutine &B::svref_2object called A fatal error (trappable) The subroutine indicated hasn't been defined, or if it was, it has since been undefined. Do you know why this may be a problem? Thank You, Earl
esharris wrote on Thu Nov 15 00:47:31 CET 2007:
I got this from the author of Object:InsideOut. The error given by the editor is a red herring. Line 15 of InsideOut.pm loads the B module: require B; There is some other problem at work. I suggest you contact the author of the EPIC plug-in about both of these issues (the hang and the editor error).
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