Exemple shell script to wrap PERL

Wilson, Doug Doug_Wilson at intuit.com
Mon Nov 19 13:50:30 CST 2001


> From: Todd Rockhold [mailto:todd.rockhold at ontogen.com]
> ~sdpm~
> We really don't have a sysadmin for the box, so I guess that's me.  I
> mounted the installation CD and just selected defaults to get 
> the operating
> system and platform software installed, so I have a "maximally naive"
> installation.  I can understand that a "real sysadmin" might 
> want to have it
> in /opt/perl/bin/perl.  
> Also, the default installation gave us perl 5.005_3.  Maybe 
> you have 5.6 or
> later in /opt/perl/bin/perl?

Ha! I wish! :-) I've been trying for months now to get them
to upgrade from 5.004, which is why I've got my own
installation (5.6.1) off in a private directory, along
with some useful modules that the sysadmin doesn't seem
to have time to install (like DBI, XML parser, etc.).


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