[Purdue-pm] Module Question
gizmo at purdue.edu
Wed Jul 20 10:49:46 PDT 2011
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On 07/20/2011 12:02 PM, Dave Jacoby wrote:
> I have modules that run on our servers, separated by purpose. So,
> Dave::First calls Dave::Second in order to get, for example, the SQL
> And this also gets used on RCAC clusters, and I certainly don't want to
> have too much parallel development. Which is where 'use lib' starts to
> On our servers, it's
> use lib '/home/jacoby/lib' ;
> use Dave::First ':all' ;
> On RCAC servers, it's something way different. I can't do anything with
> Cwd, because that's not going to be ready until after the load library
> stuff happens, which is where I need it. Any suggestions?
(forgot to reply-all)
you want to do something with local::lib. It might help with a DarkPAN.
DarkPAN is the Perl community lingo for modules used by organizations
that don't escape into the light of CPAN or the Perl community.
local::lib will also let you install modules that won't sully the system
Perl and also handle any modules you create.
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