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perl one liner to replace matching stringby vinoth.ree (Monsignor)
|on Jun 10, 2018 at 07:24 UTC||Need Help??|
vinoth.ree has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
I am writing git pre-commit hook to verify the code before it get committed into git. As part of it I need to check the code extension correctly inserted in the code are not, if not I need to auto populate the file extension.
Below is the sample code begin get committed. Here the "@Filetyp" is empty, I need to update it with the file extension 'c'
@header_start @Titel : init @Filename : test.c @Filetyp : @Version : 0001 @Produkt : xx @delivery : xx @date : 20160610 @header_end
I tried the below perl one liner to replace the "@Filetyp :" as "@Filetyp :c"
Its get interpretered as below,
But I did not get the expected output, it puts the 'c' letter in all the lines, as below
@header_start @Titel :c init @Filename :c test.c @Filetyp :c @Version :c 0001 @Produkt :c xx @delivery :c xx @date :c 20160610 @header_end
Pls someone tell me what I am doing wrong here...
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