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sed - A GNU stream text editor
The sed (Stream EDitor) editor is a stream or batch (non-interactive)
editor. Sed takes text as input, performs an operation or set of
operations on the text and outputs the modified text. The operations
that sed performs (substitutions, deletions, insertions, etc.) can be
specified in a script file or from the command line.
by Jakub Martisko (2020-05-18):
- Fix: "in-place edits on FUSE filesystems create files with all-zero mode bits"
by Jakub Martisko (2019-07-30):
- Fix an issue, where some multibyte sequence substitutions were not applied
by Jan Pacner (2014-02-10):
- Related: #948598 (Man page scan results for sed; introduce -c argument, add
help for -b --binary arguments, cleanup arguments & help)