On 06/10/2014 07:55 AM, Junio C Hamano wrote:
Torsten Bögershausen <tbo...@web.de> writes:
t9001 used a '\n' in a sed expression to split one line into two lines,
but the usage of '\n' in the "replacement string" is not portable.
This looks peculiarly familiar; don't I already have it queued?
Yes, V2 is queued and in pu,and only the commit msg is changed
between V2 and V3.
I think that V3 explains the difference between POSIX sed and
gnu sed much better, and does reflect all the comments from
the list, which otherwise may be lost.
And I suspect that not only the sed under Mac OS X does not
handle this very '\n' different from gnu sed, or in other words,
more platforms may not have a gnu sed and may need the fix.
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