I guess you are right, Charlie. Apparently each of 3 Perls in my system has it's own PERLIB, but a PERL5LIB specification in ~/.bashprofile will add directories to any of the 3 corresponding @INC's.

On Sep 9, 2008, at 10:32 PM, Charlie Garrison wrote:

Good afternoon,

On 9/9/08 at 9:24 PM -0400, Vic Norton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

I'm not sure what this proves, David. I've tried your trick 3 times and gotten three different answers. And I don't think PERL5LIB has anything to do with any of them.

What is the value of your PERL5LIB? From your perl output we can see the defaults for @INC, but without knowing the value of PERL5LIB it's hard to draw any conclusions.

My experience matches David's; the PERL5LIB variable does work as advertised.


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