eliminate character with sed
bluethundr at gmail.com
Sun May 20 16:08:11 UTC 2012
I have a few php config files that have the windows delimiter
character in them ('^M') that I would like to get rid of. I'm trying
to use sed to do it, and for some reason I am not having any luck.
Here's the line that I'm trying to use:
#sed -i '.bak' 's/^M//g' config.php
However when I have a look at the backup file that's been created with
this command, it looks like there was no effect:
<?php ^M/* Global Variables */^M if(!defined('DS'))^M
I was wondering is someone had a tip on how to run this command
effectively in this situation.
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