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- From: Gerfried Fuchs <nospam@thanx>
- Date: Fri, 26 Feb 1999 12:34:48 +0100
Once again I ask this: I've noticed that I can't write a wml file, put
a line like
in the first line, chmod to 755 for test.wml and execute it. It always
get's executed by the shell itself but isn't handed over to wml.
Does anyone else know this problem? Or on the other hand, does it work
for anyone? Could it be that it doesn't work this way because wml is no
binary file but a script itself? Does the shell check for that before
handling that line?
I know there is wmk - but I don't think it's the thing I want - yet.
Maybe I'll get handy with it. But a solution to the problem would be
more what I'd like in the moment....
Gerfried Fuchs aka Alfie
What use is magic if it can't save a unicorn?
-- Peter S. Beagle, "The Last Unicorn"
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