@michaelfolkson @jon I think fanquake is on macOS which is BSD based. BSD uses coreutils like sed that tend to be strict and minimal reimplementations of the old System V Unix tools.

Linux distributions almost always use the GNU coreutils, which tend to be much more featureful reimplementations. When installing the GNU coreutils on BSD system, several of the binaries have a 'g' prefixed to their name so they don't overwrite or get used instead of the BSD system coreutils.
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