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Re^4: How can I prevent a module from being added to the %INC hash?

by jacques (Priest)
on Oct 04, 2006 at 07:08 UTC ( #576274=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: How can I prevent a module from being added to the %INC hash?
in thread How can I prevent a module from being added to the %INC hash?

When I run this, Net::FTP is there. Thanks though. You made me think about it in a new way.


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Re^5: How can I prevent a module from being added to the %INC hash?
by syphilis (Canon) on Oct 04, 2006 at 07:49 UTC
    When I run this, Net::FTP is there

    Odd .. it's certainly not there for me on Win32, perl 5.8.8 - irrespective of which of the 2 modules is loaded first by the script.
    D:\pscrpt>perl test.pl XSLoader.pm: D:/perl58_M/5.8.8/lib/XSLoader.pm warnings/register.pm: D:/perl58_M/5.8.8/lib/warnings/register.pm My_Foo.pm: My_Foo.pm warnings.pm: D:/perl58_M/5.8.8/lib/warnings.pm Digest/base.pm: D:/perl58_M/5.8.8/lib/Digest/base.pm integer.pm: D:/perl58_M/5.8.8/lib/integer.pm Carp.pm: D:/perl58_M/5.8.8/lib/Carp.pm Math/BigInt.pm: D:/perl58_M/5.8.8/lib/Math/BigInt.pm strict.pm: D:/perl58_M/5.8.8/lib/strict.pm Exporter.pm: D:/perl58_M/5.8.8/lib/Exporter.pm vars.pm: D:/perl58_M/5.8.8/lib/vars.pm constant.pm: D:/perl58_M/5.8.8/lib/constant.pm Math/BigInt/Calc.pm: D:/perl58_M/5.8.8/lib/Math/BigInt/Calc.pm Digest/MD5.pm: D:/perl58_M/5.8.8/lib/Digest/MD5.pm overload.pm: D:/perl58_M/5.8.8/lib/overload.pm

    Oh, well ... such is life :-)

    Cheers,
    Rob

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