From: Reece Dunn (msclrhd_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-10-31 07:55:47
troy d. straszheim wrote:
>These were in the expressions that extract the MACRO: and TITLE: stuff
>(see patch). Turns out the "sed" getting run was the sed in the
>"fink" installations, not /usr/bin/sed. Following patch fixes it
>(just change "sed" to "/usr/bin/sed", which is a reliable location for
>sed on all the unices I know of). Probably you would want to do this
>for all uses of seds, perhaps first check for /usr/bin/sed and then
>fallback to whatever sed is in the users' path, if any.
Why not just bin/sed? There is a similar issue running bash on cygwin when
you have find; it is trying to use the NT version. In this case, bin/find
works. This then mirrors the #!/bin/sh usage.
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