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@INC problems

@INC problems

@INC problems

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Hello,
I am working on a cgi script that uses util::LOG, which refers to LOG.pm, a file locally on my system. But when I try to run the script the http error log states that "Can't locate util/LOG.pm in @INC (@INC contains. . . . .)".

My question is how can I tell @INC where LOG.pm is, i.e. how do I add directories to @INC?

I am using Perl 5.003 on a Redhat 6.0 system

TIA for all help!
-Jim

RE: @INC problems

Copy of the reply I just posted to the Linux forum:

You can use the lib module.  Put a line like the following at the beginning of you program:

use lib list;

Every item in list will be added to your @INC.  You can also exclude directories by using "no lib list;".





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