Garance A Drosihn wrote:
> At 12:48 PM +0200 6/9/02, Anton Berezin wrote:
> >On Sat, Jun 08, 2002 at 02:14:09PM -0400, Trish Lynch wrote:
> > > Anton, if you don;t get around to it this weekend, mind
> > > if I take a stab at it?
> >No, I don't mind at all. If only we can agree who does what. :-(
> RPI has been running with something like the perl wrapper on our
> systems for many years. It can be very useful, if it's done
> right. My fear is that everyone is hoping for some quick fix
> (something as quick as creating a symlink), and does not want
> to really think about what we want from this wrapper.
And yet, with the use.perl script installed as part of the port, we can
provide a solution that IS, "as quick as creating a symlink." tobez and
I were discussing it some last night, and we have an idea for just
automatically doing the right thing for -current systems that have no
I agree that for users who want perl, we should have a /usr/bin/perl
that "just works." I also agree that more thought needs to go into what
form that takes.
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