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my (@args) = @_;
Anyone here, or at GT got any idea as to why this is passing a blank value to my plugins? I used GT::Dumper to view the value, but all it showed was;

$VAR = [ {} ];

Seems to work fine on 2.1.1, but 2.1.2 gives an error Unsure If you want to see the headers, and code structure, its my SearchFeed_Results plugin, so feel free to download it from this thread and have a look at the .pm. Just asking in case someone has already figured out the problem Smile


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