Fix "#!" python interpreter directive

"webm.py" and "ebml_header.py" are python modules intended to be
imported, not to be executed directly, so they shouldn't have an
interpreter directive.

"webminspector.py" should be run by the user's default python, which
isn't necessarily python2.4. I have tested that this script works with
python2.7. Using "/usr/bin/env" instead of hard-coding an absolute path
to a particular python interpreter allows the user to override the
system-default version of python; for example by using virtualenv.
I also changed the script's file permissions to "executable by all".

Change-Id: Iffaadd6a4376ac78705649c819610506bd8dc566
3 files changed
tree: ca2bfc4c4e81a2f333bf00b7ca55c9543bbbbc37
  1. AUTHORS
  2. ebml_header.py
  3. LICENSE
  4. PATENTS
  5. RELEASE.TXT
  6. webm.py
  7. webminspector.py