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Re: Problem understanding how to use modules

by daxim (Chaplain)
on Nov 19, 2013 at 21:22 UTC ( #1063393=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Problem understanding how to use modules

use lib "/users/<myusername>/perl/Tk-DKW-0.03/blib"; is correct. Perl wants to load Tk/, so the directory name must end in blib, not blib/Tk.

Better solution: don't edit the example and simply set the include path from the commandline:

$ cd /users/<myusername>/perl/Tk-DKW-0.03 $ perl -Mblib examples/
See blib.

Update: this half-installed directory setup is only useful for testing. If you want to use Tk-DKW productively, you must install the distribution. local::lib helps you to set up the necessary environment variables so that the make install will target your home directory, not the system location where you have no write permission.

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