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BTW, if all you want to do is add another directory for including modules in your code, use the 'use lib' directive instead. Rather than adding a directory to @INC as you have done, do this:

use lib '/home/user/directory';
Now of course, your example uses a variable to add to @INC rather than a string. 'use lib' will not take a variable since it's done during the compile stage. And why remove the last entry (the dot) from the list in the first place? You can just push @INC, $your_path right off the bat. Unless you for some reason require that perl search your directory before the current one for modules. Though I suppose the current directory should be checked as a last resort :) Maybe I'll quiet down...
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In reply to Re: modify @INC by mt2k
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