problem with "sed" on cygwin...duplicable?
Thu Jul 19 00:03:00 GMT 2007
Christopher Faylor wrote:
> You probably have another version of sed in your path then. WJFFM.
> cygcheck output would also tell us if you have the right version of sed.
Don't think cygcheck would have told you anything. Does it print
bash aliases? When I tried a 'which', I found the alias (which included
a "-r" so tool thought I was doing "sed -r -r". Shot myself in the foot.
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