GitHub user sebbASF opened an issue:

    Bug: uses GNU-only sed extension -s (--separate); it's not needed

    The script uses the following command line:
    sed -s -e '/^\/\*/,/\*\//d' ${f} >> ../ponymail.js
    However the '-s' flag is a GNU-sed extension which tells sed to consider 
files on the command line to be separate files rather than a single stream.
    Since only a single file is passed to sed this flag is redundant, and 
should be dropped



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