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You can put the module in the same directory of the script, in this case, I think, your cgi-bin.

Let's use FOO.pm like a module, with a XS too. 1st get it, compile and install in some Perl interpreter that you have access, with the same OS of your server. They will be instaled at: (let's use Perl for Win32 like example (path more simple))
c:/perl/site/lib/FOO.pm
c:/perl/site/lib/auto/FOO/FOO.dll

To enable this module in the server just copy all the stuf from FOO.pm inside site/lib to your server, with the same path. In the cgi-bin will be like:
.../cgi-bin/FOO.pm
.../cgi-bin/auto/FOO/FOO.dll

This will work fine, because Perl use your local path like a lib directory too (see @INC). About the directory auto/FOO, copy everything inside to the server, not only the DLL. And if your module have other sub-modules you need to copy the directory site/lib/FOO too.

Using this steps you don't need a shell acount to do that, just a FTP! Don't forget to send the .pm like ANSII and the DLL (or .so on linux) like binary!

Graciliano M. P.

"The creativity is the expression of the liberty".


In reply to Re: Is it possible to use modules without installing them? by gmpassos
in thread Is it possible to use modules without installing them? by Nemp

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