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Subject: Generic hashbang for the examples
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Your examples currently use /usr/local/bin/perl for the hashbang. If you were to switch to /usr/bin/env perl, they would continue to work if perl was installed in /usr/bin or other directories in $PATH.
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On Thu Feb 11 03:55:53 2010, MXEY wrote: Show quoted text
> Your examples currently use /usr/local/bin/perl for the hashbang. If you > were to switch to /usr/bin/env perl, they would continue to work if perl > was installed in /usr/bin or other directories in $PATH.
That assumes both the existence of "env" and it living in /usr/bin If you can convince me that all systems that support #! then I'll consider the change. Paul


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