* Doug Barton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [2002-06-16 20:20]:
> Oliver Braun wrote:

> > The problem is that sed(1) on -current fails with "sed -i.bak file", if
> > file.bak already exists, but perl does not. Since net/rsync/Makefile
> > uses 3 ${REINPLACE_CMD}s on one file (rsync.h), I have removed the
> > backup file with ${RM} file.bak between the calls.
> > 
> > ==> ${REINPLACE_CMD} has different semantics on -current and -stable

> Given that we're currently discussing alternatives to REINPLACE_CMD, I
> would suggest that for now, not trying to switch all the ports over to
> it might be a good idea.

OK. So, I am going to suspend my work on switching the ports maintained
by ports@ to ${REINPLACE_CMD}. Or should I go on submitting patches?

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