Thanks for the replies so far.
in reply to Bad Name or Missing @INC entry - "require" path fail.
Reading, I found
which points out:
And I note that in the error message I receive, "." is the last entry. That is, @INC does in fact have the current directory in it. So I think that when I use the correct relative path, "../", it is finding it.
First, let's see what are the contents of @INC on my system:
% perl -e 'print join "\n", @INC'
Notice the . (current directory) is the last directory in the list.
So the mystery is the original "bad name" error.
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