#!/usr/bin/sed -f

# usage: fbasename file
# or
# usage: find path -print | fbasename
#
#
# this is a basename, but read filenames from stdin, each line
# contains the path and a possible suffix
#
# this will produce one output line per input line, with
# the filename component of path, with the (possible) suffix
# removed

s/^[ 	]*//
s/[ 	]*$//

t c
:c

s/[ 	][ 	]*/\
/
t a

s/\/*$//
s/.*\///
b 

:a

h  
s/.*\n//
x  
s/\n.*//

s/\/*$//
s/.*\///

t b
:b
G  
s/^\(.*\)\(.*\)\n\2$/\1/
t 

P  
d  

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### original script: http://sed.sf.net/grabbag/scripts/fbasename.sed