Bill Moseley scribbled on 2/19/07 9:40 AM:
> On Mon, Feb 19, 2007 at 03:05:48PM +0100, Bernard T. Higonnet wrote:
>> Since I think it should assumed for the time being that Apache/mod_perl is
>> working, the most likely explanation is that Apache is not using the same
>> SWISH::API that the command-line perl script is using (it would be using
>> something left over from my prior unsuccessfull installation of SWISH::API).
>> I have never had much luck changing @INC but I guess I'll have to find out
> Well, I suspect any basic Perl tutorial might explain that -- and
> would save you and the list time in the long run. But,
> use lib '/path/to/someplace';
> And in a mod_perl handler you could simply one of these:
> warn "@INC";
> warn join "\n", @INC;
> use Date::Dumper;
> warn Dumper @INC;
> and watch your error log.
I also frequently do:
warn Dumper \%INC;
since that will show path to each module actually used.
Peter Karman . http://peknet.com/ . peter(at)not-real.peknet.com
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Received on Mon Feb 19 10:57:06 2007