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Re^2: PPM installed Path

by kulls (Hermit)
on Sep 14, 2006 at 11:59 UTC ( #572912=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: PPM installed Path
in thread PPM installed Path

Hi,
I want to set the PERL5LIB path in the apache itself and more over I run multiple perl projects ...so portablity is high in that case.since I just copy only that particular folder and happly carried out anywhere without any dependencies !!!
-kulls

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Re^3: PPM installed Path
by jdtoronto (Prior) on Sep 14, 2006 at 12:05 UTC
    I still fail to see the logic. Why does Apache have any interest in the PERL5LIB or @INC?

    I run multiple projects also, but they all work from a common base set of modules plus their own use lib for custom modules.

    jdtoronto

      Hi,
      I agree that what you're saying. How you're collecting custom modules ?? . I guess, you're copying required modules from the perl default path after PPM was installed if i'm not wrong. My question is why should I copy from the base instead of directly point it to where we want.
      Thanks
      -kulls
        Well, PPM will put everything in the \site path, so youcould just copy \site. The other, the \lib will only get the original install or an update of a core module.

        Custom modules that I refer to are the ones we have created internally. Usually a totally different directory for each project - and in fact they are maintained in CVS.

        jdtoronto

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