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Re: unexpand

From: Bob Proulx
Subject: Re: unexpand
Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2002 14:23:47 -0600
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Soeren M Soerries <address@hidden> [2002-07-30 10:36:40 +0200]:
> "unexpand -t8" works fine. That's supposed to be the
> default, but without the "-t" switch it doesn't work
> at all. Funny, isn't it?

Thanks for your report.  But I am unable to recreate your problem.
See the included test cases.  What do these commands do for you?

  type unexpand
  unexpand is /usr/bin/unexpand
  echo "        " | unexpand | od -c
  0000000  \t  \n
  echo "        " | env -i unexpand | od -c
  0000000  \t  \n

If possible can you send a simple example such as the above but that
illustrates the incorrect behavior?


> Cheers, S?ren
> address@hidden:~> unexpand --version
> unexpand (GNU textutils) 2.0.10
> Geschrieben von David MacKenzie.
> Copyright (C) 2000 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
> [...]
> -- 
> S?ren M S?rries http://Spuk.de/s/

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