Subject: Re: kern/20112: MAXINTERP set far too low for modern scripts
To: None <>
From: Todd Vierling <>
List: netbsd-bugs
Date: 01/29/2003 15:50:47
: #!/path/to/customized/perl/interpreter -I/path/to/custom/libs -I/path/to/more/libs

I've been requested to provide a better test case, so here it is to
demonstrate the problem very succinctly:

#!/usr/pkg/bin/perl -I/obnoxiously/long/path/to/some/directory/over/64/chars

print "hello world!\n";

With the -I..., the MAXINTERP check fails and the script is run with a
standard shell.  Without the -I, it runs fine.

-- Todd Vierling <>