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accepted Insert a line of text before lines matching a regex in vim
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comment Insert a line of text before lines matching a regex in vim
Thanks! I'm a little confused because I thought that \n was the linux newline character and \r\n was for windows. Also, what does it mean to "refer to the match with &?
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comment Browse archived website
The simplest way to accomplish item 3 would be having your script extract the subdirectory your page is in plus the images and CSS directories. That should extract most of the things included in any given page while cutting down on the unnecessary files extracted. (Upvoted to counter the downvote, btw)