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Re^2: use lib './' security safe?

by hbo (Monk)
on Jul 20, 2004 at 04:06 UTC( #375789=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: use lib './' security safe?
in thread use lib './' security safe?

unshift would be bad. That puts "./" at the start of the search list, which means standard module names could be overridden by placing bogus ones in the CWD.
push @INC,"./";
Better, but it isn't going to affect use statements, since those are evaluated at compile time. So,
use lib "./";
is even better.
But best is:
use lib /some/absolute/path/that/you/control;
Update: use lib "./" is worse than unshift @INC,"./" because it also prepends "./" to the search path, but does so at compile time, where it can affect other use statements.

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