Exactly. This is why for all Perl scripts I'm going to distrubute on other systems I use ExtUtils::MakeMaker
which does such patching automatically.
It is very simple:
< Makefile.PL file >
WriteMakefile(NAME => 'Hello',
VERSION => '1.00',
EXE_FILES => ['hello']);
< MANIFEST file >
< hello file >
print "Hello, world!\n";
Once finished you can type perl Makefile.PL; make dist
and get tarball ready to install with tar zxvf Hello-1.00.tar.gz; cd Hello-1.00; perl Makefile.PL; make; make install
Update: Replaced 'script.pl' with 'hello' in 'MANIFEST'.
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