I'm starting to see how this can be done. A few points and questions.
- I will have an ENV var with the path where Perl will be
- I can use %HOME%\perl to get the right perl I think (trying now)
- I can also know what win32 I'm on in advance, or, at least, make a select the right vresion of a script
what does the line perl -x -S "%0" %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9 mean? Specifically all the numbered variables at the end...look like lines, but I don't know.
what do you mean by "In case running under some shell"?
I'm sorry if the questions are dumb. I literally know nothing about windows you can't see on the desktop...
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