On Wed, 5 Dec 2001, Martin Weber wrote:

> On Wed, Dec 05, 2001 at 01:03:17AM +0900, SKa wrote:
> > Currently I'm using the !#/usr/bin/env ruby approach because I
	[...]
> Using a hardcoded path means you're either arrogant, dumb or explicitely
> doing something non-portable (i.e. you don'T ever want to run this program
> on any other machine than yours.) On NetBSD's e.g. you won't find a
> /usr/bin/perl or /usr/local/bin/perl nor /bin/perl but a /usr/pkg/bin/perl.
>
> If perl coders happily use #! /usr/bin/perl -w they're simply <...censored...> ;)
>
> > Kind of reminds me of a thread at the perlmonks.org where I asked for
> > a portable shebang (at http://perlmonks.org/index.pl?node_id=118460 )

Those are good reasons, it seems to me.  So why the assertions about
arrogance, etc?  If there are good reasons to refute the security
claims, then I'd like to know what they are.  They don't add the case
where the invoker's environment has been munged.

>
> Martin Weber
>
	Hugh