Edgar Fuß <ef%math.uni-bonn.de@localhost> writes: > I built a (local) package on 2014Q1, and REPLACE_PERL seems to have put a > #!/usr/pkg/bin/perl5.18.2 > shebang in it. I can install that package on a machine with a 2013Q4 perl > (version 5.18.1) because the package dependency is just > perl<5.20.0 > perl>=5.18.0 > but obviously it won't run. > > So either the dependency should be fixed or the shebang changed to a new > perl5.18 link. It seems best to REPLACE_PERL with just /usr/pkg/bin/perl, rather than the fully-qualified path, since we don't support parallel installs of perl. Otherwise, one could consider changing the perl micro version to be an ABI change requiring revbumps.
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