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reviewed Approve Remove line break in tex file
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accepted Remove line break in tex file
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comment Remove line break in tex file
Nice! It works. Does make sense to use || /%/ || /\/ to protect also lines starting with back slash? Many lines on preamble of tex files starts with `\` so it is natural to keep one above others.
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comment Remove line break in tex file
Thanks. Please, I edited the request. Is it possible to adapt your code?
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comment Remove line break in tex file
Almost. Now the lines are duplicated when glued.
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revised Remove line break in tex file
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comment Remove line break in tex file
Maybe, doing this: if the line n contains % anywhere, don't move the line n+1 to the end of line n.
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comment Remove line break in tex file
Ow, thanks. It works. But some problems appear when there are commented lines with % in the middle. After gluing the lines, anything after % is commented. I don't see a way to solve this.
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comment Remove line break in tex file
Well, usually they don't know that the editor can wrap lines automatically. I'm trying your code. How to save the result in a new file?
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asked Remove line break in tex file
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comment Filter grep output
@Costas, thanks so much. It works perfectly. If you wish, please, post it as answer.
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asked Filter grep output
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comment Problem mounting mmcblk
I formatted it and now fdisk -l says that /dev/mmcblk0 does not contain a valid partition table. But I can use it with the camera. I tried to create a table using Gparted but it says that there is come label problem.
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comment Problem mounting mmcblk
do you think that vfat will work with the Sony camera? I'm making a backup now and format it later. Thanks.
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comment Problem mounting mmcblk
I understood the first 2 answers. For the 3rd, I remember to had formatted it some time ago but I'm not sure if I use the camera (sony) to do it or if I did it using Gparted. Since I use the card for the camera and it contains some sony's folder inside, do you think that is good to format it using linux?
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asked Problem mounting mmcblk
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