ok, also found

I also figured this out:

in B::TerseSize, line 634

- my $script = $q->script_name;

+ my $script ;
+ if ( defined $q && $q )
+ {
+ $script = $q->script_name;
+ }

Killing that makes a lot more things work too.

The only caveat of that, is that 'memory usage' doesn't appear on /
perl-status/ until you visit a symdump page that contains memory-
usage. i don't know why. but that should only happen on situations
already afflicted by the other bug. so its a stupid new bug instead
of a bad old one.