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Shankar Unni wrote:
Eric Blake wrote:
But I intend that on binary files, \r\n line endings will treat the \r
as part of the line, so at least binary mounts won't suffer from the
speed impact of treating a file as unseekable the way bash 3.1-6 does.
Would it be possible to do this dynamically (instead of keying off of
mounts, etc.): if the first line of the file read by bash has a \r\n,
use text-mode (1-char-at-a-time) semantics, else use binary semantics
I hate to say this, but... if bash goes this route, could it be a shopt?
I would rather know that my scripts are broken (DOS-format).
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