]] Didier 'OdyX' Raboud 

> There are _plenty_ of changes that one needs to care about in a stable 
> upgrade: things like mandatory postfixing of Apache configuration files, 
> removal 
> of specific Python3 versions, removal of upstart, etc. Having to change a 
> shebang isn't a big deal given the amount of things one has to check accross 
> a 
> stable release upgrade.

You might quite reasonably write scripts in node and either store them
in a shared directory across multiple Debian versions or have ~/bin in
version control shared across multiple Debian installations (and
corresponding versions).

#! lines are a bit special in this regard.

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