sed 4.1 bug
cheeziologist at mail.isc.rit.edu
Wed Jun 16 23:03:40 PDT 2004
Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> When using the in-place function, sed 4.1 changes permissions.
> Specifically, when using sed on a bash script with permissions 755, the
> updated file has permissions 600.
> Here is a patch that fixes the problem.
> diff -Naur sed-4.1.orig/sed/execute.c sed-4.1/sed/execute.c
> --- sed-4.1.orig/sed/execute.c Wed Jun 16 14:00:57 2004
> +++ sed-4.1/sed/execute.c Wed Jun 16 14:02:36 2004
> @@ -668,6 +668,7 @@
> input->in_file_name = name;
> output_file.fp = ck_mkstemp (&input->out_file_name, tmpdir, "sed");
> + output_fd = fileno(output_file.fp);
> free (tmpdir);
> fstat (fileno (input->fp), &st);
> -- Bruce Dubbs
> bdubbs at linuxfromscratch.org
An alternate patch was posted on -hackers today, although yours seems
simpler than the solution posted to -hackers.
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