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Re^3: What's #! got to do with it?

by Coruscate (Sexton)
on Jan 16, 2004 at 21:29 UTC ( #321919=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Re: What's #! got to do with it?
in thread What's #! got to do with it?

Not quite. It might still try to parse that line for options. Which is why you can still get the Too late for "-T" option at line 1. error when calling a program as perl with -T set on the file's shebang line.

That's why I said qq{so all the other "shebang lines"} (ie: any shebang lines following the first one) :)

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Re: Re^3: What's #! got to do with it?
by asarih (Hermit) on Jan 17, 2004 at 17:22 UTC
    That is not true, either. For instance,
    #line 500 "Source file"
    will set tokens __LINE__ to 500 and __FILE__ to Source file. See pp. 618-619 in the Camel, 3rd ed.

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