SPUG: @INC different in IE5 and NSNavigator
andy at n2h2.com
Thu Sep 21 13:10:54 CDT 2000
Fred, are you running these as client-side scripts?
On Sep 20, 2000 @ 3:21pm, fred.giorgi at philips.com wrote:
> A strange learning experience.
> I have a link on my web page to a perl script that uses a module
> called "sheet.pm" which I wrote. The module is in the same directory
> as the script so I put these lines at the top of my script.
> use FindBin;
> use lib $FindBin::Bin;
> use sheet;
> I can execute my script by selecting the html link in Exploder but not
> in Navigator. The @INC array is different when using each browser.
> Navigator gives me a "d:/TEMP" in @INC where Exploder gives me the
> correct path to my module. I see that Navigator copies the script to
> d:/TEMP before attempting to run it while Explorer actually runs it
> from the original location. So Perl does not see my module located in
> d:/TEMP and thus aborts. I had to hard code the link to the module
> thus adding : use lib "//the/original/path/to/my/module"; prior to
> the use sheet; line.
Andrew Sweger <andy at n2h2.com> | N2H2, Incorporated
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