Hi,

At Tue, 19 Nov 2002 07:01:29 +0900,
Jim Freeze wrote:
> Overall, it depends on /usr/bin/env existing. From what I can tell, it seems
> ubiquitous(sp?).  If your environment is somewhat controlled, it
> is a great solution. If your environment is not controlled, it is a good
> solution. One plus is, that you can change your path to point
> to a different install of Ruby and it will automatically use
> the right version. However, if the path in hardcoded in the shebang
> operator, then you are stuck with using the ruby that it points
> to.
> (Using env also lets you control environment variables.)

OTOH, it may cause a security issue.

-- 
Nobu Nakada