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That works for only one other directory. Perl doesn't recurse to find an entry that is not directly an element of @INC. All you're doing is moving one of the elements of @INC to a specific different space.

To be specific, suppose I symlink the/home/merlyn/private directory into my site_lib I can't just add into that directory and call it with everyone's use MyModule. They'd have to say use private::MyModule. The path is affected. It's not recursive, it's a flat search based on the content of @INC followed by the filename derived from the module name.

Now, you could effectively copy every entry that you want directly into the site_lib dir (like putting directly there). But that's not changing @INC, nor making it more flexible. The only way to do this is to recompile Perl, and we're back to the same old solution.

So, no, this is not "dirty", because it's not even a solution.

-- Randal L. Schwartz, Perl hacker

In reply to •Re: Re: how to include a directory in @INC? by merlyn
in thread how to include a directory in @INC? by aqw001

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