We have a new module in our repository. Here's the complete source code (minus the docs):
This is due to the following bug:
$ perl -MUNIVERSAL::can -w -e 'use Template::Timer'
/home/poec01/branches/envscript/deps/perl5lib//Template/Timer.pm line 63.
Compilation failed in require at -e line 1.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at -e line 1.
The offending line in Template::Timer which dies (with a less than helpful error message, though it's understandable why the author felt this would never really fail):
my $super = __PACKAGE__->can("SUPER::$sub") or die;
Sorry chromatic. I quite sympathize with the problem you're trying to solve and I agree that calling UNIVERSAL::can as a function is a bad thing which needs to stop, but globally altering behavior, even with the best of intentions, is simply too dangerous.