File Expect.diff of Package perl-Expect

diff -uNr Expect-1.15/examples/kibitz/kibitz Expect-new/examples/kibitz/kibitz
--- Expect-1.15/examples/kibitz/kibitz	Sat Nov 17 14:18:49 2001
+++ Expect-new/examples/kibitz/kibitz	Fri Apr  5 09:24:52 2002
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-#!/usr/local/bin/perl
+#!/usr/bin/perl
 # Original author: Author: Don Libes, NIST (tcl/expect)
 # Date written: December 5, 1991
 # Date last editted: October 19, 1994
diff -uNr Expect-1.15/tutorial/2.A.ftp Expect-new/tutorial/2.A.ftp
--- Expect-1.15/tutorial/2.A.ftp	Sat Nov 17 14:18:48 2001
+++ Expect-new/tutorial/2.A.ftp	Fri Apr  5 09:24:52 2002
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-#!/usr/local/bin/perl
+#!/usr/bin/perl
 #	This example demonstrates how to spawn an ftp process, have it
 #log in to a host, and grab a file off the host. This should give you a
 #general idea of how to spawn processes and talk to them.
diff -uNr Expect-1.15/tutorial/2.B.rlogin Expect-new/tutorial/2.B.rlogin
--- Expect-1.15/tutorial/2.B.rlogin	Sat Nov 17 14:18:47 2001
+++ Expect-new/tutorial/2.B.rlogin	Fri Apr  5 09:24:52 2002
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-#!/usr/local/bin/perl
+#!/usr/bin/perl
 #	There are three new things in this example. First is the concept
 #of closing the process, second is the concept of using regular
 #expressions in match patterns, and third is the concept of grabbing
diff -uNr Expect-1.15/tutorial/3.A.debugging Expect-new/tutorial/3.A.debugging
--- Expect-1.15/tutorial/3.A.debugging	Sat Nov 17 14:18:48 2001
+++ Expect-new/tutorial/3.A.debugging	Fri Apr  5 09:24:52 2002
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-#!/usr/local/bin/perl
+#!/usr/bin/perl
 #	This example demonstrates how to use the debugging features in 
 #expect. They're reasonably straghtforward.
 #
diff -uNr Expect-1.15/tutorial/4.A.top Expect-new/tutorial/4.A.top
--- Expect-1.15/tutorial/4.A.top	Sat Nov 17 14:18:47 2001
+++ Expect-new/tutorial/4.A.top	Fri Apr  5 09:24:52 2002
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-#!/usr/local/bin/perl
+#!/usr/bin/perl
 #	This example is a replay of sorts of the rlogin example
 #before except in this example we turn control of the process back
 #to the user through use of interact().
diff -uNr Expect-1.15/tutorial/5.A.top Expect-new/tutorial/5.A.top
--- Expect-1.15/tutorial/5.A.top	Sat Nov 17 14:18:47 2001
+++ Expect-new/tutorial/5.A.top	Fri Apr  5 09:24:52 2002
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-#!/usr/local/bin/perl
+#!/usr/bin/perl
 #	Here we are doing this again only this time we'll do it
 #without Echoing the password.
 	
diff -uNr Expect-1.15/tutorial/5.B.top Expect-new/tutorial/5.B.top
--- Expect-1.15/tutorial/5.B.top	Sat Nov 17 14:18:48 2001
+++ Expect-new/tutorial/5.B.top	Fri Apr  5 09:24:52 2002
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-#!/usr/local/bin/perl
+#!/usr/bin/perl
 #	Here we set manual_stty on the process so we can do things like
 #hit ^Z to stop it instead of the ^Z going to the process on the other machine.
 #	This is to say, normally when you interact with a process STDIN is