[Catalyst] Strange Question when using catalyst with apache

Daniel McBrearty danielmcbrearty at gmail.com
Mon Jun 11 20:27:06 GMT 2007

thanks. so a clean out means what? manually remove all old
sources/libs and start from fresh up to date source?

I have a feeling I might have something similar ...

On 6/11/07, Matt S Trout <dbix-class at trout.me.uk> wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 11, 2007 at 08:13:47PM +0200, Daniel McBrearty wrote:
> > just for those of us who aren't quite as clued, Matt, what is funar'd
> > about that output?
> >
> > I just see a bunch of env  vars. most of which mean zilch to me :-)
> That @INC is the sign of new perl layered on old perl layered on old perl
> layered on old perl.
> Which is fine in -theory-, but every so often you should really do a cleanout
> and recompile everything; otherwise you end up with all sorts of potential
> "interesting" problems and they're exponentially harder to debug.
> It's not "fubar" as such, merely "extremely inadvisable" (IMNSHO)
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