Lets users use different program installations on one machine
'pvswitch' is a tiny program which makes it possible to use different program installations on one machine flawlessly. It is most useful for developers of interpreter based programs which are started via a hash-bang line (#!) (Perl, Tcl, etc and who need to run programs sagainst different interpreter version of those languages.
released on 5 September 2004
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