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Re: sed strips CRs
On Feb 11 12:19, Earnie Boyd wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 11, 2012 at 5:06 AM, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> > On Feb 10 14:44, Earnie Boyd wrote:
> >> On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 10:07 AM, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> >> > On Feb 10 08:02, Nellis, Kenneth wrote:
> >> >> Cygwin 'sed' seems to be stripping CRs from its input.
> >> >> Linux sed doesn't do this. Example:
> >> >
> >> > Try the -b option.
> >> By this I assume you to mean that the -b option opens the input file
> >> in binary mode. ÂBut the mount table the OP showed was already in
> >> binary mode. ÂDoes sed not take that into consideration, I.E. it
> >> specifies the mode as a text file unless -b is specified, is this
> >> correct?
> > Yes. ÂBy default files are fopened using the "rt" mode on systems
> > supporting this mode. ÂThis behaviour is hardcoded into upstream sed.
> But on Linux I would expect the "t" to be ignored and the file is open
> in "binary" mode anyway.
That's why I wrote "on systems supporting this mode". Sed input is
text input in the first place. Therefore it's using textmode in the
first place. This is done so for a long time. If it's not what you
need, there's a workaround, the -b option.
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