in reply to Bad Name or Missing @INC entry - "require" path fail.

OK - figured it out.

As mentioned in my post above - the "." current directory was in @INC, so it was doing the relative path from the current directory just fine when the relative path was correct. Of course when I changed it to something incorrect, it correctly reported that it could not find with that relative path from any of the iclude directories in @INC.

The error was in the required file, Where, on line 17 (not 18 as reported), there was a typo just after "main'".

"at ../" in the error message was referring to "in the required file, ../, at line 18", not "at line 18 of the current script at ../".

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