On Sat, Jun 08, 2002 at 05:07:39PM +0200, Anton Berezin wrote:
> It sounds reasonable, but what's the point of having a wrapper at all
> then?
One way or the other we need to have /usr/bin/perl exist and be usable.
Many have perl scripts in ~/bin that they expect to run on all modern
OS's -- which means they have /usr/bin/perl.

> I am of the opinion that we don't need the wrapper and that use.perl can
> easily do some symlink magic to solve all outstanding issues with perl
> in -current.

With the limitations in the exiting wrapper, either use.perl or using
mailwrapper is probably what we should do.

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