From: Konstantin Khomoutov [mailto:flatw...@users.sourceforge.net]
Sent: 21 February 2013 10:35
To: James French
Subject: Re: running git from non-standard location on Mac
On Thu, 21 Feb 2013 09:48:36 +0000
James French <james.fre...@naturalmotion.com> wrote:
> I wonder if someone could help me. I installed git on a Mac and then I
> copied the install somewhere else (which I do want to do, trust me).
> I'm now having trouble with git svn. I'm getting "Can't locate
> Git/SVN.pm in @INC..."
> I've added the bin folder to PATH. What else do I need to do? Do I
> need to use -exec-path=/MyPathToGit/libexec/git-core? How do I change
> the content of @INC?
> Apologies if this is a dumb question, I'm not much of a unix man.
`git svn` is implemented in Perl (which is supposedly bundled with your Git
package, but I'm not sure), and "SVN.pm" is a Perl module (a library written in
Perl, ".pm" stands for "Perl Module").
@INC is an internal variable used by Perl to locate its modules.
Its contents is partially inferred from the Perl's installation location and
partially from the environment.
This  should help you get started with affecting @INC.
Thanks for the help guys. I got it working using --exec-path and PERL5LIB
environment variable. But Matthieu is right, I should build it from source to
do it properly.
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