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*sigh* Too true. I must have bonked myself on the head too many times.

Are some generated instead of being hardcoded? I orignally installed my ActiveState perl in R:\U, but recently moved it to R:\Utils (without reinstalling), and I get:

>perl -le "$,=', '; print @INC" r:/Utils/perl/lib, r:/Utils/perl/site/lib, .

I did have to edit Config.pm for PPM to work in the new directory.


In reply to Re^3: How is the default @INC constructed? by ikegami
in thread How is the default @INC constructed? by johnnywang

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