In message <427C3B06.4070907@...> you wrote:
> How to use -v option in mkimage?
You use it by adding it to the command line, or by omitting it.
> In mkimage.c, 'v' parameter increase to 'vflag' value.
> I don't know that's mean.
Well, if you looked *this* up in the source code, why didn't you also
look up where vflag is referenced in the code?
Like in so many other tools "-v" meand "verbose". In mkimage, there
is not much verbosity added, though.
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: I've tried (in vi) "g/[a-z]\n[a-z]/s//_/"...but that doesn't
: cut it. Any ideas? (I take it that it may be a two-pass sort of solution).
In the first pass, install perl. :-) Larry Wall <6849@...>