The shebang line here reads

#!/usr/bin/env -S perl -I .

/usr/bin/env is part of coreutils ans should know '-S', even on Debian
stretch.

$ /usr/bin/env --version
env (GNU coreutils) 8.30

@Jeff, what does '/usr/bin/env --help' show ? Or 'man env' ?

Regards, Tim

On 29.05.19 14:35, Darshit Shah wrote:
> That's very weird, the shebang line in that file reads:
> 
> ```
> #!/usr/bin/env perl
> ```
> 
> No options are being passed to env there. I'm going to have to take another
> look at this later
> 
> * Jeffrey Walton <noloa...@gmail.com> [190529 14:21]:
>> Hi Everyone/Tim,
>>
>> Debian 9.9:
>>
>> $ lsb_release -a
>> No LSB modules are available.
>> Distributor ID: Debian
>> Description:    Debian GNU/Linux 9.9 (stretch)
>> Release:        9.9
>> Codename:       stretch
>>
>> $ make check
>> ...
>>
>> PASS: Test-ftp-pasv-not-supported.px
>> FAIL: Test-https-pfs.px
>> FAIL: Test-https-tlsv1.px
>> FAIL: Test-https-tlsv1x.px
>> FAIL: Test-https-selfsigned.px
>> SKIP: Test-https-weboftrust.px
>> FAIL: Test-https-clientcert.px
>> FAIL: Test-https-crl.px
>> PASS: Test-https-badcerts.px
>>
>> Trying to run manually:
>>
>> $ ./wget-1.20.3/tests/Test-https-pfs.px
>> /usr/bin/env: invalid option -- 'S'
>> Try '/usr/bin/env --help' for more information.
>>
>> And
>>
>> $ /usr/bin/env --version
>> env (GNU coreutils) 8.26
>>
>>
> 

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