Hello my esteemed code-friends,
I am in need of some modules my host staff says it would be better if I install them in a personal lib directory, like this:
> 1. pick a location for your personally installed and created perl mo
> such as /home/username/perl
> 2. build a module tree such as
> then in your code add a new path to @INC using the line:
> use lib "/home/username/perl";
Isn´t this a dirty installation? I mean, just copying the .pm files to their tree? Here, at development, I always install modules through the PPM3 shell. Can I do that in this case too? How to specify to PPM3 that the specific target isn´t my host's central module repository?
Thanks a lot
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