- Wrap your code in code tags to help make it stand out.
- If something's 'completely weird', tell us what's weird about it -- what you expected, what actually happened, and how that disagrees with the documentation.
I suspect you didn't read what use lib actually does, otherwise you'd have a better idea what it was doing. It adds a directory path to @INC to provide Perl with additional locations for modules.
I expect you want
use lib '/home/user/test-workspace/trunk/modules';
for development and
use lib '/home/user/webpage/modules/';
Alex / talexb / Toronto
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