Re: rebase [-i --exec | -ix] <CMD>...

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Andreas Schwab <schwab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :

konglu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:

As you pointed out, the problem seems to come from this line
	tmp=$(sed "/^pick .*/i\exec $i" "$1")
I think that the dquote here doesn't work on MacOS, though i've
never tried it. Anyway, even if it's not the problem, this kind
of quoting is quite odd so it will be removed in the next patch
(I do not see other reasons of the issue, as sed's i command should
work on MacOS).

You need to put a newline after the backslash.

That's what we originally did. Though we did it with indentations:
        tmp=$(sed "/^pick .*/i\
                           exec $i" "$1")
Should it be put that way (without indentations) ?
        tmp=$(sed "/^pick .*/i\
exec $i" "$1")


Lucien Kong

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