I have embedded the perl interpreter in a C app and used
perl_parse(my_perl, argc, argv, env);
perl_parse(my_perl, xs_init, argc, argv, env);
where argv = "perl_script.pl";
argv = c program's argv;
then I do the "use My_Module;"
in perl_script.pl (it's just a wrapper for the module call)
You can set up @INC in perl_script.pl so that you can be sure to find your module.
I have not used a full path for perl_script.pl, but I'm pretty sure you could.
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