Read commands from stdin when -f - is passed to sed(1) This patch teaches sed to interpret the a file name of "-" in a special way when given to the -f flag. This behavior is present in GNU sed.
- make check
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There has to be at least one input file specified.
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I am not sure if it makes any difference if I try to avoid depending on the presence of /dev/stdin by using the 0th descriptor here instead.
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Is stdin name here alright? Perhaps it could be changed to -?