> -- Problem description:
> Path to PERL do not have to be:
> #!/usr/bin/perl
> it's somewhere else at my system...
> -- How to repeat:
> Try to compile with PERL installed somewhere else...
> -- Other comments:
> Should be set in ./configure correctly...

There is a better way. If the scripts start with

#!/usr/bin/env perl

env will search for perl in the path and start it. From the env info-page:

   The first remaining argument specifies the program name to invoke;
it is searched for according to the `PATH' environment variable.  Any
remaining arguments are passed as arguments to that program.

I submitted a similiar bug-report for pyton to the list, but noone
cared to apply it. I do not have CVS-write access so I cant fix it.


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