dtd syntax ?

Thomas Pegg thomasp at linuxfromscratch.org
Wed Aug 3 12:30:27 PDT 2005


On Tue, 2005-08-02 at 22:11 -0500, alfs at server.linux2themax.com wrote:
> I was wondering if this might be a better fit then
> <execute command="sed">
>   <PARAM>-e 's@\(^CROSS_SYSTEM_HEADER_DIR =\).*@\1 /tools/include at g'</param>
>   <param>-i gcc/Makefile.in</param>
> </execute>
> 
> I see you have it slightly differently why put -i by its self? and no -e? i see its a cross compile insted of hlfs but was wondering. 
> <execute command="sed">
>   <param>-i</param>
>   <param>"s@\(^CROSS_SYSTEM_HEADER_DIR =\).*@\1 /tools/include at g"</param>
>   <param>gcc/Makefile.in</param>
> </execute>
> 
There's no -e because it's not in the cross-lfs book, as for the -i
being seperate, that's kind of personal preference, but also helps
seperate each parameter so it doesn't become a big jumble.

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