Bug in #! processing - "pear broken on current"
eculp at bafirst.com
eculp at bafirst.com
Fri Jun 10 15:34:43 GMT 2005
Quoting Garance A Drosehn <gad at FreeBSD.org>:
> At 3:23 PM +0200 6/10/05, Roman Neuhauser wrote:
>> # gad at FreeBSD.org / 2005-06-10 08:39:37 -0400:
>> > I actually have my changes written and mostly working, and right
>> > now I am reviewing the ideas to see if the design could be done
>> > any better.
>> Well, such env(1) *will* be useful, but recall that endless
>> debate over "#!/usr/bin/perl" vs "#!/usr/bin/env perl"?
> That is a very different issue... I do remember that debate, and in
> fact I was in the thick of it. It's just that I didn't have much
> spare time to write up code for an alternate solution at the time.
> Maybe someday I'll get back to that. We *use* an alternate solution
> for that issue here at RPI (instead of using `env' for it), so I know
> other solutions are workable.
>> env(1) isn't very practical when you have programs out of
>> (current) path (like in SU), but that's just one small glitch
>> traded for another one.
> Sure it is. My understanding is that you want to do something like:
> #!/usr/local/bin/php -n -q -dsafe_mode=0 -doutput_buffering=1
> With my new `env' in place, that line becomes:
> #!/usr/bin/env -S/usr/local/bin/php -n -q -dsafe_mode=0 -doutput_buffering=1
> The setting of PATH is irrelevant -- or at least it is no more
> important than it had been with the previous setup. You were
> never *required* to use an unqualified filename with `env'. That
> is the example you see the most, but only because people *want*
> to use `env' just so that they *can* get `perl' from the PATH.
I find this thread very intersting, but I am still having a practical
issue. The pear script /usr/local/bin/pear is working fine AFAIK. I
just moved from a May 27 kernel to a kernel built this morning and I
can't seem to get the pear ports to install. At least not the ones
I've tested. Now I can install using the pear install xxxxx command.
Does something else need to be changed? Thanks,
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