Joel Fentin joel at
Wed May 23 11:43:49 CDT 2001


> Also:

This is not relevant to me. I am in no position to install modules at the
host. I suppose I could find the latest version of the desired module and
copy it to where my application program is. Is this what is normally done?
> >
> >
> > An excerpt:
> >
> > If the first argument to use is a number, it is treated as a version
> > instead of a module name. If the version of the Perl interpreter is
less than
> > VERSION, then an error message is printed and
> > Perl exits immediately.

Yes, that tells me what the problem is. I already knew that. What I asked
for was common usage in such cases. Do you eliminate the offending line in
the .pm? Is there another common solution?

Joel Fentin    tel: 760-749-8863    FAX: 760-749-8864
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