On Fri, May 24, 2002 at 23:32 -0700, Peter Wemm wrote:
> Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote:
> > perl: Perl is not installed, try 'pkg_add -r perl'
> Indeed it is installed. Note that you have exposed a fundamental bug
> in the perl wrapper. It only searches $PATH, and /usr/local/bin is not
> in $PATH for many system tools (eg: pkg_add -r).
Is this the moment where src/usr.bin/perl should be mailwrapper
like? Instead of searching the interpreter in some uncertain
location (and failing) shouldn't the program just believe in
what it was told by the admin? Since the admin should know if
perl is installed and where it lives. And which one to choose
should multiple versions be installed (for whatever reason).
[ who is screaming "bikeshed" while _functionality_ and
determined behaviour is being discussed? ]
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