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  • The values in %INC always follow Unix conventions, regardless of which platform you’re on.

    (I cannot find this documented anywhere in the POD that ships with perl.)

    • Actually it’s only the key that’s always in Unix convention. The value will be some ill-descript Unixish mishmash on non-Unix platforms: usually, the @INC entry under which the file was found, verbatim, plus the same string as the key, joined with a slash regardless of OS – but not always, especially on VMS – and never on Symbian.

      Uhm, I hope this helps.