I believe this is a bug in EPIC but may be I am doing something wrong here.
1. Open the EPIC IDE.
2. Create a perl project.
3. Add a perl file foo.pl
4. Type this in the
print a"''' pressing enter the "validate syntax will NOT complain".
5. just comment the "use Switch;" above then you can see all warnings errors etc.
It looks straight forward to me.
It works for me (using EPIC 'testing'). It does complain about a missing string terminator.
I tried it again see this below
printf "test" # without the semicolon here
$abc=1; # I got a Red (X) sign here , when I uncomment the 'use' it dint show this.
I am using the "Version: 3.4.0
Build id: I20080617-2000".
Version of Eclipse doesn't matter, version of EPIC matters (Help/About Eclipse/Feature Details). Your new example also works as expected for me.
My Version is '0.6.13'
Try upgrading to the current version 0.6.31 using Help/Software Updates... and repeat the test.
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