Piotr Szymanski djurban at
Fri Jun 27 10:59:29 BST 2003

David Faure (Friday 27 of June 2003 11:40)
> sed doesn't work that way... Is it ok to use perl -pi -e?
> Otherwise you need to redirect the output of sed to a new file (e.g.
Not really sed >= 4.0 supports -i, but you're right using perl here is a 
better choice.

Piotr Szymanski
djurban at

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