New sed in latest
Sat Jun 3 01:52:00 GMT 2000
Bob McGowan wrote:
> But sed writes to standard output. So the correct answer (I think) is
> that, to capture the "dos2unix" output, the script would need to be
> redirected to a file. If the file is in a binary mounted environment,
> then it will be UNIX format, if it is text mounted it would continue to
> be DOS format.
> Is this an accurate analysis?
Indeed. To get rid of the \r you only have to start sed now,
doing nothing but writing it's input to a binary mounted
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