Am 05.11.2021 um 10:07 schrieb Steve Hay:
On Fri, 5 Nov 2021 at 01:54, Edward J. Sabol < <>> wrote:

    Anyway, these are pretty minor changes, but I don't think this
    change is quite correct:

    +    # No need to search PATH components
    +    # if $program already contains a path
    +    return $program if !OSX and !WINFU and
    +        $program =~ /\// and -f $program and -x $program;

    OSX uses slashes for path separators and supports "-f" and "-x". I
    feel the "!OSX and " should be removed here, but I can't test it as
    all of my Apache httpd systems are on Linux.

         return $program if !WINFU and
             $program =~ /\// and -f $program and -x $program;

Unfortunately I can't test OSX either. Is anyone here able to?

The change in question is this: <>

Rainer, did you include that "!OSX" for a specific reason? Do you know if Ed is correct that it can be dropped as he suggests?

I can't test OSX either and I think that was the only reason for the !OSX.

Best regards,


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