ClearCase don't like files created in bash
Wed Sep 9 13:15:00 GMT 1998
Um I hate to disagree, but ^D appears in lots of files,
the ^D EOF convention is only for consoles, and can be
changed with stty, on a normal linux/unix console. ^D has no
other significance, certainly not for disk files.
the whole concept of an inline EOF in disk files, is a stupid
DOS holdover from CPM, even microsoft has realized this
as witness NO windows tools TIKO write ^Z as an EOF.
On Tue, 08 Sep 1998 11:01:10 -0300, you wrote:
> Unlike in DOS with ^Z, ^D never actually appears in the file with Unix.
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