rlib - manipulate @INC at compile time with relative paths
use rlib LIST; no rlib LIST;
rlib works in the same way as lib, except that all paths in
LIST are treated as relative paths.
If rlib is used from the
main package then the paths in
LIST are assumed to be relative to where the current script
$0 is located. This is done by using the FindBin package.
If rlib is used from within any package other tha
main then the paths in
LIST are assumed to be relative to the root of the library where the file for that package was found.
LIST is empty then
"../lib","lib" is assumed.
lib - module which adds paths to @INC
FindBin - module for locating script bin directory
Graham Barr <firstname.lastname@example.org>