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Mail::IMAPClient::BodyStructure tests fail

Francesc Guasch
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Hi. I'm using the module Mail::IMAPClient. It works nice but I'm
having some problems installing it in another server. It has an
optional module called Mail::IMAPClient::BodyStructure. If it notices
there is Parse::RecDescent installed it tries to run the tests and

I'm trying to debug it but I've never used Parse::RecDescent and I
need some help.

This is how it fails:

t/bodystructure....NOK 2Can't call method "bodytype" on an undefined
value at t/bodystructure.t line 21.

this is the call to the Parser. I'm reading the Parse::RecDescent docs
and I see I can se debug messages setting this vars:

$::RD_ERRORS , $::RD_WARN and $::RD_HINT

I'm trying to set this in the .t file but I see no new messages.
I tried:
$::RD_WARN = 1;
$::RD_ERRORS = 1;
$::RD_HINT= 1;


$Parse::RecDescent::RD_WARN = 1;
$Parse::RecDescent::RD_ERRORS = 1;
$Parse::RecDescent::RD_HINT= 1;

Then I tried in the file:

$Mail::IMAPClient::BodyStructure:arse::RD_WARN = 1;
$Mail::IMAPClient::BodyStructure:arse::RD_ERRORS = 1;
$Mail::IMAPClient::BodyStructure:arse::RD_HINT= 1;

and some other random tries unsuccessfully.

Is there an easy way to find a fix here ? Maybe I'm messing with
something too hard.
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