"Dr.Ruud" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Aaron Gray schreef:
>> I got an answer from the sed mailing list :-
> I know, I'm one of the moderators.
>> sed -e '
>> ' yourjavafile.js
>> works okay in a command file, but not on the command line, I could not
>> separate the individual commands and give them -e's.
> Why not just put the commands in a cleanup.sed?
> C:\> sed -i~ -f cleanup.sed myfile.js
Whats the -i~ for ?
> #!/usr/bin/sed -i~ -f
> # cleanup.sed
Yes I have a condense.sed file.
> And if you know how to make .sed executable on Windows, you might be
> able to do
> C:\> cleanup.sed myfile.js
There is no real point, and anyway that would have to be done by all users.
I think thats about all. Many thanks for your help.