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From: Kris Briscoe <brisco_k at adm-srv dot sat dot mot dot com>
Subject: Re: why I have to copy Sybperl.pm to lib path myself
Date: Jan 28 1998 5:36PM
Did you try the following?
use lib '/usr/local/perl5.004_4/ext/sybperl-2.09/Sybperl'
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> Thanks, Mike, at last I have a working sybperl.
> But I still have a question.
> When I did the performance testing for new sybperl:
> in my small program:
> use Sybperl;
> etc etc.
> @INC is
> but Sybperl.pm is in /usr/local/perl5.004_4/ext/sybperl-2.09/Sybperl
> so, it complains, Sybperl.pm could not be found.
> But after I added the statement:
> still compained, Sybperl.pm could not be found.
> In the end, I copied Sybperl.pm to /usr/local/perl5.004_4/lib. Program
> started to behave well.
> I do not understand, If I have to copy Sybperl.pm, how about all the
> other .pm files like, Ctlib.pm etc.
> Anyone else has the same problem?
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