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Re: CVS update: subversion/subversion/libsvn_subr svn_string.c

From: Lee Burgess <lefty_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2001-04-10 05:00:52 CEST

Quick question:

Ben has committed a very basic Python script to serve as the basis for
the commandline client test suite. (Thanks Ben! I have little time
or mind to hack since I'm moving to California in two weeks.)

Anyway, I tried to run the script and immediately discovered that the
shebang line was #!/usr/local/bin/python, which does not exist on my
system. I have /usr/bin/python.

So the question is how to rectify this.

One way is to have autogen.sh or configure determine where python is
and modify the shebang line of the script accordingly.

Another way that just occured to me is to just invoke the test script
with python like so:

$ python ./client_test.py

Autogen.sh or configure could then just make sure python in in the
user's PATH.

Is there a conventional or right way to deal with this that I am
missing, or have I already hit on it?

Thanks.

-- 
Lee P. W. Burgess  <<!>>  Manipulate eternity. Power is a symphony:
Programmer         <<!>>  elaborate, enormous, essential.
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