Now that you mention this, it wouldn't be hard to write a short perl
script run by cron that uses "locate" to find all the .procmailrc files
and then removes all "\r".
On Thu, 20 Jul 2000, Dallman Ross wrote:
From: Dallman Ross <dman(_at_)netcom(_dot_)com>
lognameRC = `ksh -c "echo ~$LOGNAME/.procmailrc"`
:0 fiw # I can't remember if we actually want the `f' flag here
* ! ^X-Loop: systemRC
* test -f $lognameRC && grep -q
Not sure how that last line got displaced. It was supposed to follow
the `-q' in the previous line:
* test -f $lognameRC && grep -q $lognameRC
Just in case that wasn't clear.
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