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Re: Re: how to include a directory in @INC?by snadra (Scribe)
|on Jun 26, 2003 at 11:18 UTC||Need Help??|
If you are root, you can add an @inc path to the /etc/profile aswell, so the path will be set for every user after booting.
The entry could look like this:
The problem is, this does not work with CGI, it is only recommandable for people who don't use CGI.
You need to set $PERL5LIB then inside of the httpd.conf aswell, I think, but I have not tried that yet.
I am using a symbolic link now. I put that link into one of the @inc paths.
This is working recursively under Linux, so I can call my modules like: