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Re^3: Can't locate Test/JSON.pm in @INCby taint (Chaplain)
|on Dec 27, 2013 at 17:49 UTC||Need Help??|
That's why I indicated that using a directory relative would make it easier to diagnose/implement.
If both of your custom JSON modules declare
You should, as toolic initially asserted, be able to use
because as I noted earlier; the double-colon is a path/directory separator. Meaning; Test::JSON == Test/JSON.
You might also try
as that negates the need to preface a slash before your custom modules.
In any case; you must ensure that the path to your custom JSON modules preceeds (is before) your system Perl module path.
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