Erik Schnetter reported warnings from Perl of the sort:
Use of uninitialized value in concatenation (.) or string at /Users/eschnett/src/CarpetX/Cactus/repos/flesh/lib/sbin/interface_parser.pl line 176.
on Gitter. These seem triggered by trying to inherit from a non-existing thorn
CST error in /Users/eschnett/src/CarpetX/Cactus/repos/flesh/lib/sbin/interface_parser.pl (at 296) -> IDBRILLDATA (thorn IDBrillData) inherits from ellbase No thorn in your current ThornList implements ellbase Either remove IDBrillData, or add a thorn to your ThornList implementing ellbase No thorns in arrangements directory implement ellbase
and Perl trying to use a not yet defined array hash value when constructing the list of thorn ancestors.
There are no such warnings when the code builds, yet the Perl code should not produce these warning even in the case of a later build failure.