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Setting PATH within a Perl Script

Isn't there a simple way to add a dir to my PATH env? Seems like all
the examples I've seen so far all in one way or another is parsing the
current PATH and puts it all together, including the new dir.

Isn't there a simpler version of this whole process?

- manzoor

Jul 19 '05 #1
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Manzoorul Hassan wrote:
Isn't there a simple way to add a dir to my PATH env? Seems like all
the examples I've seen so far all in one way or another is parsing the current PATH and puts it all together, including the new dir.

Isn't there a simpler version of this whole process?

- manzoor


You want something simpler than...

$ENV{PATH} .= ":$dir";

???

Jul 19 '05 #2
no, this will do ;o)

Thanx!!!

- manzoor

Jul 19 '05 #3

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