[mail_lists] Re: dos2unix???
jconner at enterit.com
Tue Apr 15 15:43:11 PDT 2003
On Tuesday 15 April 2003 15:44, Jim wrote:
Also, for those pesky ^M's
perl -p -i -e 'tr/\r//d' filename
| On Tuesday 15 April 2003 14:39, Matthew Seaman wrote:
| perl -p -i -e 'tr/\x92\x93//d' filename
| if you want to make a back up of the original file then:
| perl -pi.bak -e 'tr/\x92\x93//d' filename
| | On Tue, Apr 15, 2003 at 01:39:06PM -0700, Gary D Kline wrote:
| | > May I leverage off this post to see if anyone has a solution to
| | > scraping away thoseflea-bitten Losedows '0x92' and '0x93'
| | > characters and replacing with a simpl apostroph (').
| | >
| | > If there is already somethng hacked, I would be greatly obliged
| | > for a pointer.
| | In web pages? You can fix up such html entities with tidy (ports
| | www/tidy or www/tidy-devel) --- the tidy-devel port has the '-bare'
| | option that appears to do exactly the sort of transformation you
| | require. See http://tidy.sourceforge.net/docs/quickref.html#bare
| | Cheers,
| | Matthew
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