Re: detect shell script language
Lorenzo Bettini wrote:
> OK, so the line "exec ..." can be used as an heuristic for detecting the
> actual scripting language, right?
I have no idea why they use this construct (something similar is used in
some perl scripts when they try to be cross-platform between Unix and
Windows, which apparently can use exec line), but for example browser for
Wordnet (/usr/share/wordnet/wnres/wnb) has this as a shebang:
But, I know nothing about Tcl/Tk anyway.
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