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>>>>> "Olin" == shivers <shivers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes: Olin> Did I say 28 is a small number? The current draft of SRFI-22 requires a Olin> space after the sharp-bang. Make that 27. Olin> Uhh... has anyone checked to ensure that it's *guaranteed* OK by Posix to Olin> put that space there? Are we being jollied by permissive implementations, Olin> or is it definitely OK? Well, I don't have POSIX handy. However, GNU's " "Autoconf, Automake, and Libtool" has this: > Having determined that the file is a script by examining its magic > number, the kernel finds the path of the interpreter by removing the > #! and any intervening space from the first line of the script. One > optional argument is allowed (additional arguments are not ignored, > they constitute a syntax error), and the resulting command line is > executed. There is a 32 character limit to the significant part of the > #! line, so you must ensure that the full path to the interpreter > plus any switches you need to pass to it do not exceed this > limit. Also, the interpreter must be a real binary program, it cannot > be a #! file itself. ... which makes me reasonably confident. -- Cheers =8-} Mike Friede, Völkerverständigung und überhaupt blabla