Once more: Compiling on SGI Irix 5.3
Peter Dalgaard BSA
07 May 1998 16:20:15 +0200
email@example.com (Hubert Palme) writes:
> > @(sed 's/__PKG__/base/g' Pkg-start.tex; \
> > find $(RLIB)/base/latex/ -name '*.tex' -print |\
> > sort | xargs cat ;\
> > cat Pkg-end.tex) > $@
> > But does all relevant systems have the xargs command?
> Irix does, but the first solution is better understandable :-)
But the latter *never* creates too long command lines (xargs is built
to handle that). The other one has the problem that we have to guess
relevant splitting points for systems that we do not have...
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