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Re: 1.5.11: execvp bug (XP)
Funny you should say that. My boss and I just discovered that as the
culprit. There is a bug that only manifests in 1.5.11. Even though
'which perl' shows /usr/bin/perl, make was running /usr/local/bin/perl.
The version of /usr/local/bin/perl somehow lost it's 'x' attribute, so
it couldn't be run.
So, now the question is why was perl being run from /usr/local/bin
instead of /usr/bin when which perl shows perl in /usr/bin? This
doesn't happen under Cygwin 1.5.10 DLLs. I suspect a problem with the
Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
Do you have a "perl.exe" somewhere *else* in your PATH? Try "type -a
perl" from bash, or "which -a perl"... How about "type -a perl.exe" or
"which -a perl.exe"? What happens when you name the symlink "perl.exe"
instead of "perl"?
Isaac W. Foraker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sr. Software Engineer, Xilinx, Longmont, CO 720.652.3918
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