It was beta 5, and adding the semi colon worked! Now get:
On 16/03/14 01:22, Chris Travers wrote:
On Sat, Mar 15, 2014 at 6:06 PM, Benedict White <..hidden..> wrote:
OK, running the command perl LedgerSMB/PGDate.pm returns no output (So I presume works) whereas
On 16/03/14 00:54, Chris Travers wrote:
On Sat, Mar 15, 2014 at 10:31 AM, Benedict White <..hidden..> wrote:
I get a message saying Module::Plugable will be removed from later versions of Perl so should be installed from CPAN, not that it has been removed yet.
What happens if you install this from CPAN? Moose has a tendency of turning warnings into hard exceptions so it could be the reason for the failure. If that fixes it, we just need to add it to the dependencies.
running perl LedgerSMB/PGNumber.pm returns:
Subroutine from_input redefined at LedgerSMB/PGNumber.pm line 111.
Subroutine to_output redefined at LedgerSMB/PGNumber.pm line 177.
Subroutine from_db redefined at LedgerSMB/PGNumber.pm line 224.
Subroutine to_db redefined at LedgerSMB/PGNumber.pm line 234.
So if your right about Moose then that may be the problem, I still get the error:
Unable to open script: LedgerSMB::Scripts::setup : : syntax error at LedgerSMB/DBObject_Moose.pm line 21, near "use LedgerSMB::MooseTypes
That's weird. Could you send me your LedgerSMB::DBObject_Moose.pm?
Is this from svn or beta 5?
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So that's progress!
I will start playing with it tomorrow.
Would it be better to get 1.4 from svn, if so are there any special instructions?I've been looking at missing dependencies and found some,
CGI::Emulate::PSGI Not in
FCGI::ProcManager Not in
IO::String Not In
Also any thoughts on the above missing dependencies?
(I've already fixed the above) and:
Plack::App::CGIBin Not in
Plack::Builder Not in
Plack::Middleware::Static Not in
Devel::Trace Not in
Now I haven't fixed these yet, Plack has cascading dependencies which may also cascade so wondered how often the file which mentions it is called it is:
(Off to bed at 1.30.... which is now here!)
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