POSIX utility "into"
I just released a small open source utility for POSIX-compliant systems called into. This utility sidesteps the annoying impossibility of using a pipeline to update a file without first explicitly dumping to a temporary file.

Read more about into here or skip straight to downloading it here.
Posted 12/28/2009 1:28:35am
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