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# -*-perl-*-
use warnings;
my $description = "Test that make can execute binaries as well as scripts with"
." various shabangs and without a shebang";
my $details = "The various shells that this test uses are the default"
." /bin/sh, \$SHELL and the perl interpreter that is"
." executing this test program. The shells are used for the value"
." of SHELL inside the test makefile and also as a shebang in the"
." executed script. There is also a test which executes a script"
." that has no shebang.";
# Only bother with this on UNIX systems
$port_type eq 'UNIX' or return -1;
my $usersh = $origENV{SHELL};
my $answer = 'hello, world';
my @shebangs = ('', '#!/bin/sh', "#!$usersh", "#!$perl_name");
my @shells = ('', 'SHELL=/bin/sh', "SHELL=$usersh");
# tests [0-11]
# Have a makefile with various SHELL= exec a shell program with varios
# shebangs or without a shebang at all.
my $stem = './exec.cmd';
my $k = 0;
for my $shebang (@shebangs) {
for my $shell (@shells) {
my $cmd = $k ? "$stem.$k" : $stem;
unlink $cmd;
open(CMD,"> $cmd");
print CMD "$shebang\n";
print CMD "printf \"$answer\\n\";\n";
chmod 0700, $cmd;
all:; @$(CMD)
!, "$shell CMD=$cmd", "$answer\n");
# tests [12-14]
# Exec a binary from a makefile that has SHELL=.
for my $shell (@shells) {
all:; @#PERL# -e 'printf "$(ANSWER)\n"';
!, "$shell ANSWER='$answer'", "$answer\n");
# test 15
# Use perl as a shell.
all:; @printf "$(ANSWER)\n";
!, "ANSWER='$answer'", "$answer\n");