Thanks, GNU project. Thanks for this:
xargs sh -c 'emacs "$@" < /dev/tty' emacs
Launches the minimum number of copies of Emacs needed, one after the
other, to edit the files listed on xargs' standard input. This example
achieves the same effect as BSD's -o option, but in a more flexible and
It is a great relief to know how flexible and portable GNU xargs is every time I have to look up that incantation in the man page. Taunting me with BSD xargs' -o option is an especially nice touch.
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