I have developed a Perl module in MacOSX using Arhive::Zip. This library seems to be installed
in the Perl version on the Mac (Perl v5.8.8). In porting this program to a
Linux machine running Perl v5.8.5, Archive::Zip is missing. I do not want to
install in this current Perl library by using CPAN. What I would like to do is define my own library
and use "#!/usr/bin/perl -I <my library>" name.

I have download all the modules from CPAN I need:
Is there some easy way to make a library module using CPAN and not have it get installed
in the existing Perl library but go somewhere else. Some option in CPAN or something.

Michael Barto
Software Architect

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