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SubjectRe: Disturbing news..
On Wed, 28 Mar 2001, Jesse Pollard wrote:
> Sure - very simple. If the execute bit is set on a file, don't allow
> ANY write to the file. This does modify the permission bits slightly
> but I don't think it is an unreasonable thing to have.

Oh, honestly! Think about what you are saying here:

What if you are developing something in an interpereted language such as
perl or a shell script, where you *directly modify the executable file*?

No, this won't work...Not wwithout being annoying as hell.

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