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I have a little problem with mutual dependency. A short example for the problem is the following:
use Hallo1; #<<<Warning: "Compilation failed in require"
In this situation, EPIC warns me at the marked line. Why?
Can anybody help me?
PS: I'm using Eclipse 3.2.2, EPIC 0.6.17. Preferences: Enable Warnings ON / Enable taint mode OFF / Enable debugger console OFF / Suspend debugger at first statement ON / Enable Critic OFF ...
Have you done Project/Clean...?
Hey, it works!!! THANK YOU!! But why this works?
It works because it forces EPIC to compile every Perl file in the project. Normally, compilation is only performed for files when they are updated, which does not take into account that other files may be also affected by changes. This is a "known problem" in EPIC, which is difficult to solve in general, but as you can see there is an easy workaround.