On Jan 21, 2005, at 4:13 PM, Nicholas Van Weerdenburg wrote:

> Of course, this is all considered bad form in Ruby now anyhow. Still,
> it's very nice for command-line 1 lines ( ruby -n -e 'print if /ruby/'
> input.txt )

Which is exactly why the old behavior still works there.  ;)

james% cat test.txt
start
middle
end
james% ruby -n -e 'print unless /middle/' test.txt
start
end

James Edward Gray II