[uClibc] RE: Why use perl instead of sed to hack binutils, gcc
dragonheart at tpg.com.au
Sat Oct 4 20:34:20 UTC 2003
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> I use perl since perl allows me to edit files in place.
> Sed edits copies, which must them be moved into place on
> top of the original file, which is a bit more dangerous,
there is always sed -i but either way it get the job done. I just wish I knew
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