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Im using DeleGate, the multiprotocol proxy, which supports rudimentary modifications to the traffic stream (similar to using netsed), tru usage of what they call "CFI Script". Now I would like to be able to break up stuff by inserting a lot of CRLF's.
The simplest solution would be to tag a html entity like x (read: ampersand,hashmark,1,2,0,semicolon) on, but ofcourse Wintendo will not allow for lower unicode chars at all, or translate this to "x". FWIW, Ive been able to use Bash (on windoze :-] ) and "tr" to piggyback a \120 or \130 on a stream, so I *know* thats possible, but CFI Script will allow only "sed" usage.
Hope the prev. is clear.
Q: *how* can I tag on a CRLF with sed?
Thnx, Isajera, What I need is a solution with sed to insert these Carriage return/Line feed control chars (think its unicode, right?) that *stick*. Using "\n" can't work IMO, because "\n" doesnt mean nothing to Wintendo when the stream gets there, and somehow I never could get the backslash escaped, how many escapechars I put in front of it :-]
So it's not the way *how* to insert chars, but *what* chars to insert :-]
*Can* sed even insert control chars so a Wintendo box can recognize em???