Does perl look in . (the current directory) for modules? I can't directly install a module and I think I could copy it into the local directory. Is this true?
perl -V will print out various properties about your Perl installation, including the default
@INC. You should notice a
. in there: yes, the current working directory is searched for modules by default.
(If not, you can use environment variables
-I on the command line, or add a