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bug#20678: new bug that Paul "asked" for... grep -P aborts on non-utf8 i
bug#20678: new bug that Paul "asked" for... grep -P aborts on non-utf8 input.
Thu, 28 May 2015 15:28:47 +0200
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On 05/28/2015 03:17 PM, Linda Walsh wrote:
Bernhard Voelker wrote:
On 05/28/2015 12:24 AM, Linda Walsh wrote:
ok... ARG -- I just installed the new version of grep from
my distro (suse13.2) -- grep-2.20-2.4.1.x86_64
I think they'll be out with a new distro release in about
a year...(yes, I can probably build my own...like I have
to with a growing body of Software)
This is openSUSE specific.
When you've built your own version with a patch for a problem,
nothing prevents you from simply creating a submit request for
that patch on OBS to "Base:System/grep", and maybe even creating
a maintenance request for "openSUSE:13.2/grep". Get involved.
Main thing my patch is restoring functionality of 'rm'
to allow "rm -fr ." [...]
stop, 'rm -rf .' is a completely different story - your bug report
was about 'grep -P' (for which the bug report is OT on the coreutils
mailing list btw.).
Having your own (probably non-generally wanted) patches in your own
OBS project is perfect. I was just talking about submitting the
patch for the non-utf8 issue (for which I personally didn't check
whether it is already included downstreams).
Have a nice day,