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I work on a Mac, and my default perl version is v5.12.4. For 99% of the time I use a perlbrew install I have, as I for my work need numerous modules I don't want to install on system perl.

Is there a way to automatically switch to that install with bash startup? I tried adding

  perlbrew  switch perl-5.14.2

to .bashrc, but it doesn't seem to work

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A bit late, but for future searchers.

The command is pretty simple in my case I use Linux Centos 6.5 but because it uses perlbrew command I expect the same behavior, if not, just mention.

perlbrew install perl-5.14.2 -n --switch

You have a lot more options to tinker in perlbrew -h have fun!

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