On 17/08/07, Ian Spillane <iantheteacher at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ya I know you'd want to be awful bored but I'm putting out the call anyway
> for someone with Mac OSX to test a bash script for me. Or maybe someone
I'll give it a quick run later tonight or tomorrow when I'm at home
(where the MacBook is).
> already knows whether a bash script relying on grep, sed, and zip could work
> in OSX.
Yep. Well I've used bash, grep sed and zip all separately in the
Terminal on Max OS X. And I have written a couple simple bash scripts.
It's thus reasonable to assume that they'll all play together fine.
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