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asked Modern distribution on old hardware
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accepted Change default applications used by gnome-open, exo-open, xdg-open, gvfs-open and kde-open
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comment Error when building bfilter
g++: 4:4.5.2-1ubuntu3, libace: 5.7.7-4ubuntu1, libboost-1.42-dev: 1.42.0-4ubuntu2
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asked Error when building bfilter
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asked Choose kernel for specific hardware
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asked grep second time faster
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comment Lightweight browser for linux
incremental search is for example used in firefox when pressing Ctrl + f. By incremental link search I mean something like possible for example in luakit
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asked Lightweight browser for linux
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comment How to Navigate within bash's Reverse Search?
I tried your first solution stty -ixon in zsh and it works very well. However are there any possibly unwanted side effects in disabling the xoff/xon signaling?
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accepted How to ensure that a custom emacs macro operates on region?
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asked How to ensure that a custom emacs macro operates on region?
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accepted Compile all tex files in a directory
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accepted Insert multiline text into several files via commandline
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comment Insert multiline text into several files via commandline
It would be sufficient without options in this case. But I guess that one could just use a regular expression which matches \documentclass.* or something like that, the input code should be placed into a new line anyway.
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comment Insert multiline text into several files via commandline
Thanks. Sorry, I confused \begin{document} with \documentclass{...}. See my edit. Would be nice if you could include this change into your answer.
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comment Insert multiline text into several files via commandline
Sorry, I confused \begin{document} with \documentclass{.*}. I edited the question to fix this. But then it becomes a bit more complicated because there are multiple documentclasses in the files (for example article or beamer)
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revised Insert multiline text into several files via commandline
documentclass
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comment Insert multiline text into several files via commandline
I get sed: file script.sed line 4: unknown command: `
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comment Insert multiline text into several files via commandline
Yes, but I don't want to use include in this case
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asked Insert multiline text into several files via commandline