|Subject:||Test do not pass because jemplate prunes @INC|
Dual-lived Perl modules can be installed in vendor or site paths. This is a case of my Carp module. Then jemplate cannot load Carp because it not in the pruned @INC. Actually the whole idea of bundling all modules into one file is wrong (security and bug fixing obstacles). At least at releasing the distribution. If the huge bundle were built at installation time form system modules, it would be a little bit better.