I have received a significant amount of cpp that was developed on windows and now needs to be compiled on Linux. My main focus for the time being is to modify paths and case in file names within paths.
The paths are easy with the sharp end of the stick doing the following sed within a series of loops in my bash script:
sed -i 's#\\#/#' <path/filename>
Could anyone ease my frustration with substituting uppercase but only in string matches where windows path delimiters can be found? Fortunately I have been unable to find whitespace in paths...yet.
Many thanks for the contrib. It's just the path strings I wanted to do the substitution in. I ended up with it in python. The key line is:
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