Re: #! syntax
Quoting Anthony Fox (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> "Michael O'Brien" <email@example.com> writes:
> > Is there any way to have a #! syntax that will conditionally run a
> > interpreter based on a set of fallback locations?
> > For example, we have a perl install in /dir/bin/perl. However, if
> > you are at a non-work machine (ie, at home), you may not have a
> > /dir/bin/perl. So, I'd like to have a script that will first try
> > /dir/bin/perl, then if that doesn't exist, tries /usr/bin/perl.
I missed the original posting. I have a similar problem with
perl, python etc. at work on a Sun. My solution is to put
on all my scripts, in place of
because their python is in /usr/local/bin.
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