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There is no "command location caching", but what might trip you up is that changes to the environment made by .cmd or .bat files persist after the batch file has finished running. So once svk.bat moves the location of its own perl.exe in front of the location of your perl.exe in $ENV{PATH}, you will get the "wrong" perl.exe.

Similar things can happen in Unix as well if you're not careful with how you set up %ENV and where you modify it.


In reply to Re: Avoid headaches from Strawberry Perl 5.10.0 and binary SVK by Corion
in thread Avoid headaches from Strawberry Perl 5.10.0 and binary SVK by xdg

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