if I write some code consisting of several modules which are of no use for CPAN (or don't need it for several scripts), I like to keep them with the scripts in a directory structure like, e.g.
myscript/bin ..... scripts
myscript/lib ..... modules
myscript/lib/build . for building modules with h2xs
myscript/source .. sourcefiles
myscript/log ..... for logfiles
myscript/doc ..... documentation
myscript/work .... working dir(s)
myscript/result .. output dir
or the like.
If I do it this way, I prefer loading modules the following way:
use FindBin ();
use lib "$FindBin::Bin/../lib";
} # BEGIN
Btw: I could use "use" instead of require, but since I hardly ever do namespace pollution, I somehow quite satisfied with require.
For building modules, I use h2xs if there's just a slight change that I could share it on CPAN, and keep several build directories and keep links (under Unix/Linux) from ./lib to the modules untill they are finished.
So far, my 2 cent...
perl -e "s>>*F>e=>y)\*martinF)stronat)=>print,print v184.108.40.206.11.32"
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