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Here's a "something close" for cases where you need multiple elements in your path.

BEGIN { my $dir; my $needed_path = 0; my @need = ( "/usr/local/lib", "/usr/platform/SUNW,Ultra-80/lib", "/usr/lib" ); my $ld_path = $ENV{LD_LIBRARY_PATH}; if( ! $ld_path ) { $ENV{LD_LIBRARY_PATH} = join ":", @need; exec 'env', $^X, $0, @ARGV; } foreach $dir (@need) { if ( $ld_path !~ m/(^|:)\Q$dir\E(:|$)/ ) { $ENV{LD_LIBRARY_PATH} .= ':' . $dir; $needed_path = 1; } } if($needed_path) { exec 'env', $^X, $0, @ARGV; } }
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In reply to Re^2: programatically setting the LD_LIBRARY_PATH by mikeraz
in thread programatically setting the LD_LIBRARY_PATH by LanceDeeply

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