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here the concern is not to execute the perl script. i had done same what you had sugegsted me. but problem is different platforms have different perl verions. so i check for platfom and depending on that i call the script like
for linux / solaris
exec /pkg/perl/5.8/bin/perl $SOURCE_ROOT/scripts/script1.pl "$@"
for cygwin
exec perl $SOURCE_ROOT/scripts/script1.pl "$@" and in script1.pl, i will again check if perl version 5.8 or 5.6.1 is available or not.if not i will exit. the main thing to do is to use same version of perl for any user independent of what they have in their machines. in cygwin we have to call ant perl script bu writing
perl ......
for avoiding this i had written shell script. if there is any way to do it in prl what i m doing in shell , perl is always better.

In reply to Re^2: execute perl script frm shell script by Anonymous Monk
in thread execute perl script frm shell script by Anonymous Monk

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