I'm on MacOS X and I have a couple of machines here, one Powerbook and one G5 desktop. Perl (apparently reporting the same version for both) has different @INC for each, and this is causing issues for gd-pm581 (GD.pm) that I have installed via fink (as I can never get it to compile cleanly out of CPAN)
ashtaroth:~ dswan$ perl -e "print (@INC)"
+ perl -e "print (@INC)"
The GD install has gone into /sw/lib/perl5/5.8.1/darwin-thread-multi-2level on both machines.
I know I can push paths into @INC with "use lib" but is there a way I can just get Perl to accept a new @INC permanently without major fiddling?
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