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From: "Wheelton, Gareth" <gareth dot wheelton at csfb dot com>
Subject: Perl can't find a module on it's @INC
Date: Nov 20 2001 1:33PM

With the following pragmas in my code Perl can't seem to find an autoload
    use lib "/app/perl5005/lib/site_perl/5.005/sun4-solaris";
    use Sybase::BCP;
    use Sybase::CTlib;
for some strange reason it expects to find:

rather than:
the following compile error was given:

	Can't locate auto/Sybase/CTlib/
	in @INC (@INC contains:
					. )
	at ./ line 76
the value of @INC would imply the file could be found in the following
but it doesn't, can anyone help
thanks gareth

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