Re: Need for /usr/bin/perl5.005
Chip Salzenberg <email@example.com> writes:
> When programmers want to hard-code Perl versions in their scripts,
> Perl docs encourage them to write e.g. "#!/usr/bin/perl5.005". Right
> now the only link has the subversion too: "/usr/bin/perl5.00503".
> I think that both "perl5.005" _and_ "perl5.00503" should be there.
/usr/bin/perl /usr/bin/perlbug /usr/bin/perldoc
/usr/bin/perl-5.004 /usr/bin/perlbug-5.005 /usr/bin/perldoc-5.005
If it were my choice to make, I would rather have a delimiter for the
version, as is the case in the current debian packages :-).
But I also would agree that if perl5.005 is explicitly mentioned in
the docs, then I suppose it's best that it be provided as well as---or
perhaps even instead of, in order to reduce confusion---perl-5.005.