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Re: sed 4.1.5 adds extra CR with input file path in Windows format

On Tue, 27 Jun 2006, Dave Kilroy wrote:

On 6/27/06, David Mastronarde wrote:
On Sun, 25 Jun 2006, Dave wrote:
> David Mastronarde wrote:
>> After upgrading sed from 4.1.4 to 4.1.5, I found that line endings were
>> being converted from CRLF to CRCRLF when the input file was specified
>> with a windows file path:
>> % sed -e 's/g5a/setname/g' < 'c:\cygwin\home\mast/sedtestin' > ! sedtestout
>> Converting the path to cygwin format eliminated the problem.
> Have a read of
> Try specifying the output file in MSDOS format, '.\sedtestout'.

I don't see the distinction between the redirection and the writing, and
also setting CYGWIN to nobinmode has no effect, so rule c does not seem to
be relevant.

If you set CYGWIN=nobinmode, I believe you will get newline conversions done across pipes. In your example, you are only using redirections. I would advise that you don't set it.

But also, specifying output as '.\sedtestout' did NOT solve the problem,
even with nobinmode in effect.  So rule b is governing the input but is
not being applied on output.

Works for me - see attached session output.

You are right. I neglected to quote the .\sedtestout when I tried it.

So it all makes sense in terms of it following the rules. But I am curious as to the reason for rule b. Most things in Cygwin seem to deal interchangeably with windows and cygwin paths.


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