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Fixed bin/fetchware not being indexed by adding missing shebang line.

Maybe that will do the trick. I though it was dzil that adds this, but dzil does
not touch it. Instead, Module::Build or ExtUtils::MakeMaker does this for you.
That means that I need it to have a shebang line in the script, and the build
scripts will just update it to $^X during install.
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deeelwy committed Nov 23, 2013
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+ * Attempt to fix bin/fetchware not properly being indexed again :)
+ bin/fetchware was missing a shebang line. This has been fixed. Perhaps
+ this is the snag preventing bin/fetchware from being indexed properly.
1.003 2013-11-23 01:42:54 America/New_York
* Fix in 1.002 failed to fix bin/fetchware indexing. Going to try giving
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+#!/usr/bin/perl
# I know lowercase names are reserved for pragma's, but other programs do this
# such as perlbrew and dzil. It makes loading this program for testing very easy
# with C<use lib 'bin'; require fetchware; fetchware->import();>, and it

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