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Re^2: Regular Expression problem with $variable =~ m/C++/

by mtar (Novice)
on Jun 12, 2007 at 13:07 UTC ( #620713=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Regular Expression problem with $variable =~ m/C++/
in thread Regular Expression problem with $variable =~ m/C++/

Thank you for your suggestion!

I would like to use very powerful module (that I have seen), but my Server Provider doesn't want to install any CPAN module, not included in the default Perl installation!! ;-(

In fact I will open another discussion about this problem.

"How is possible to use the CPAN module in local folder without installation in the Perl folder?"

If I copy the module in my folder on the Server (where there are my scripts), can I call it as if they was included in the Perl folder?

I would like to modify the call of the module (for example Text::CSV):
use Text::CSV;
with something like this:
require '.../Text::CSV';
(Like function library)

In this way I could use all the module that I need, even if they are not installed inside the Perl folder.
I have already made some tests but unfortunately with any positive result...

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Re^3: Regular Expression problem with $variable =~ m/C++/
by jdtoronto (Prior) on Jun 12, 2007 at 15:48 UTC
    You need to find your directory then point the LIB environment variable to it, or a subdirectory, as in this snippet:
    use FindBin; use lib "$FindBin::Bin/lib";

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