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Re: sed end of line




On 2019-03-15 04:03, Soegtrop, Michael wrote:
> you are mixing a DOS echo which will produce a \r\n line ending with a
> Cygwin sed which expects \n line endings. The second . matches the \r.
> Either work in bash and use Cygwin echo or use a MinGW compile of sed or
> strip the \r e.g. with tr or maybe match it more explicitly with a \r.

Or use Cygwin printf "%s\n" "Hey" to avoid differing echo output.

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