|Subject:||Misparsing #!perl-current as -t|
The majordomo folks noticed that #!/usr/bin/perl-current was making Test::Harness think there was a -t. This is a glitch in how #! is parsed. It likely needs to change /.*-/ to /.*\b-/. This problem exists in all versions of Test::Harness and t/TEST, but has only been noticed now because it was originally looking for -T and T is not a common letter to have in a program name after a -.