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On [Mon, 16.04.2007 20:23], Adriano Ferreira wrote:
> You may always force ruby or perl to read the appropriate file if
> that's what you want. Maybe in Ruby, that would be:
>=20

It's ugly IMHO. I think that shebang should be ignored by default. If some
program uses shebang processing it can redefine require itself.

--=20
Regards,  Kirill A. Shutemov
 + Belarus, Minsk
 + Velesys LLC, http://www.velesys.com/
 + ALT Linux Team, http://www.altlinux.com/

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On [Mon, 16.04.2007 20:23], Adriano Ferreira wrote:
> You may always force ruby or perl to read the appropriate file if
> that's what you want. Maybe in Ruby, that would be:
>=20

It's ugly IMHO. I think that shebang should be ignored by default. If some
program uses shebang processing it can redefine require itself.

--=20
Regards,  Kirill A. Shutemov
 + Belarus, Minsk
 + Velesys LLC, http://www.velesys.com/
 + ALT Linux Team, http://www.altlinux.com/
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