On Thu, May 09, 2002 at 07:16:31PM +0200, Miguel Mendez wrote:
> > Ports should avoid messing with stuff outside of ${PREFIX} if they can
> > help it.  Existing systems will already have a /usr/bin/perl on them
> > unless the user goes and removes it.  People writing or executing scripts for
> > new systems can easily figure out something is wrong when they get:
> Now that I think of it, you are absolutely right, John. Just let's make
> a big big banner saying "Perl is no longer in base" so everybody notices

Ok, then.  What is so wrong with /usr/bin/perl being "/usr/bin/env perl",
or DES's wrapper?

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