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Re: Eclipse and PERL

by idsfa (Vicar)
on Oct 23, 2007 at 15:45 UTC ( #646704=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Eclipse and PERL

Either:

  1. use lib 'relative/path/to/module'; before the use Expect;
  2. - or -
  3. Right click on the Perl project. Select Properties. Change to the "Perl Include Path" panel in the pop-up. Should be obvious from there ...

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Re^2: Eclipse and PERL
by RaduH (Scribe) on Oct 23, 2007 at 19:01 UTC
    Hi idsfa,
    I had tried your #2 before. I had added both the path to the Perl lib folder and to the current folder (bizarre as it may sound :) ) Didn't make a difference.
    I tried your #1 just now and there's no difference. This confirms one more time that the problem is not reaching the Expect module, but reaching other dependencies the Expect module is referring and I may have not installed on the windoz box I mentioned.
    I appreciate your advice. Like I said I really run the script on a Unix machine that seems to have everything installed and configured correctly (I have other questions related to using Expect now, but I still dig around by myself before asking for help).
    Thanks again,
    Radu
      the problem is not reaching the Expect module, but reaching other dependencies the Expect module is referring and I may have not installed on the windoz box

      Yes, that's the problem. And the gotcha is that those dependencies don't build on Windows :-)

      Cheers,
      Rob
        Yup, looks like the picture is complete now :) Thanks!

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