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neversaint, try this code.
This is for you script file 'mycode.plx'
# In script file named: mycode.plx use strict; use warnings; use diagnostics; # This just gives you more info. use lib '/home/neversaint/MyPerl/src'; use MyPackage; # Now the rest of your code.
This is for your package file ''
# In package MyPackage; use strict; use warnings; use diagnostics; sub some_function { print("My some function"); }
Now here is the important part. The use statement, the file name, and the package declaration MUST all be in the same case.
  • Use statement: use MyPackage;
  • File Name:
  • Package statement: package MyPackage;
Kristofer Hoch

In reply to Re^3: Howto set path for local package in a Perl code by krisahoch
in thread Howto set path for local package in a Perl code by neversaint

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