I'm a newbie, so forgive my lack of understanding. When swig generates a proxy class, the accessor functions created do not include the traditional ones associated with a tied variable, such as FETCH and STORE. Is this normal?

The problem I have is that when debugging code, Data::Debugger sees the new instance of the class as a tied hash, and when it goes through the keys, it expects to find the FIRSTKEY sub. This causes errors which I cannot surpass. Any help would be appreciated.