(Inside of a shell script) Make executable a BeanShell script under Linux/Cygwin

///bin/true; exec java bsh.Interpreter "$0" "$@"
The two lines below are for a BeanShell script so it can be executed under Linux and Cygwin. Also, bsh.jar must be in the CLASSPATH environment variable, or in the jre/lib/ext/ directory of the JVM. #! /bin/sh ///bin/true; exec java bsh.Interpreter "$0" "$@"

By: chmx
2009-02-05 17:00:05

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