On Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 04:10:07AM +0100, Felipe Contreras wrote:
> >> Why generate it? There's nothing to generate. python's source code
> >> needs regeneration, bash's code doesn't.
> > We fix up the #!-lines on all of the existing shell scripts (as well as
> > python and perl). Wouldn't we want to do the same for people who have
> > bash in an alternate location?
> '#!/usr/bin/env bash' should take care of people who have bash in an
> alternate location, no?
If that is where there env is. I do not recall offhand if that is a
problem for anyone. Still, I don't think it is that big a deal to treat
it like we do other scripts, and provide the usual boilerplate (which
also gets us NO_BASH if you have an old or broken bash and want to skip
the tests). I just sent a patch.
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